Member Benefits and Levels

Your Pass to a Full Year of Fun along the Hudson

Membership in Historic Hudson Valley is your pass to affordable, close-to-home fun along the Hudson. Our members often say they feel like they’re on vacation all year long! It’s no surprise. With free admission to The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze and popular weekend festivals like Sheep-to-Shawl, Historic Hudson Valley membership offers great entertainment at great value.

An Unbeatable Value for Spending Time with Family & Friends


Exclusive Blaze Membership Privileges

  • FREE Admission to The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze

  • First crack at the most sought-after Blaze tickets during a members’ early reservations period

  • At the Premier membership levels, Blaze “anytime” tickets that can be used any day, any time, without reservations

  • 10% discount on all Blaze merchandise

Special Events

Beyond Blaze, you’re sure to make long-lasting memories with family and friends at our lively weekend festivals, all right in your own backyard. Guest passes allow you to bring friends and extended family at no charge.

Discount Admission to:
  • Horseman’s Hollow

  • Pirates of the Hudson

  • A Night on Fire

  • Irving’s 'Legend' 

  • Dickens's 'Christmas Carol' 
A Family of Five can save over $200!

Free Admission to:

  • Sheep-to-Shawl

  • Discover Pinkster!


  • From a Child’s Perspective

  • CORNucopia

  • The Legend Behind the Legend

  • A Holiday Open House


Our Historic Sites

FREE general admission to: 

  • Washington Irving’s Sunnyside

  • Philipsburg Manor

  • Van Cortlandt Manor

  • Montgomery Place

  • Union Church of Pocantico Hills


$10 discount on admission to:

  • Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate
    a National Trust historic site


On top of all this, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that your membership dollars support a local cause that contributes to the quality of life of the people of our area. Some 30,000 schoolchildren a year take part in hands-on educational programs at the sites which make powerful connections between history and what they’re learning in their classrooms.