The U.S. Grant Cottage National Historic Landmark is the final home of Ulysses S. Grant, Civil War Commanding General of the U.S. Army, 18th U.S. President, and beloved American public figure. Open May - October.
Grant Cottage is a hidden treasure in the foothills of the Adirondacks. It sits on top of Mt. McGregor and overlooks the Adirondack Mountains to the north, the Green Mountains to the east, and the Catskills to the south. The view is breathtaking and was the last view of our area that General Ulysses S. Grant saw before his death in this historic cottage. The Cottage has remained virtually unchanged since 1885 and still houses the bed on which he died and the funeral arrangements are still intact.
Open seasonally from May through October, entrance to the Cottage is by guided tour only. In addition to the Cottage, the site offers a free audio grounds tour, specialty tours like hiking and historical costume, walking trails, beautiful mountain views, and a visitor center which includes a gift shop and exhibition space.
Admission to the Cottage via guided tour is $12 for Adults, $9 for Seniors (62 & up), $5 for Ages 17 & under, and Free for Children under 6, Active Military with ID & Members.
Please be advised that tours may fill, so early arrival is suggested. You may book your tour in advance at grantcottage.org
Tours begin every 30 minutes, with the last tour of the day starting at 3:30 p.m.