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Antique show joins Lyndhurst Mansion flower fest April 7-8

Lyndhurst Mansion
Historic Lyndhurst Mansion, site of the new Antiques on the Hudson show. Image courtesy of Barn Star Productions and Frank Gaglio Inc.

RHINEBECK, N.Y. – Barn Star Productions and Frank Gaglio Inc. will present a new event, Antiques on the Hudson, at Lyndhurst, on April 7-8, 2018. The antique, vintage and fine art show and sale will take place as part of Lyndhurst Mansion’s Spring Blossoms Flower Show, the 2018 season opener at the historic site.

The Spring Blossoms flower show is a once-a-year event for visitors to experience the Gothic Revival-style mansion filled with luxurious floral arrangements, shop fine garden antiques and rarities, and participate in horticultural workshops and lectures. As part of this exciting season opener, Antiques on the Hudson will showcase rare garden antiques, period furnishings and more at the historic estate. The show will take place Saturday and Sunday, April 7 and 8, from 10 5 p.m. at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, N.Y.

“We are thrilled to embark on this new event at Lyndhurst, one of the most breathtaking locations in the Hudson Valley. The historic mansion is backdropped by expansive river views, magical specimen trees, and gives a glimpse at the lives of the wealthy at the turn of the century. It is the ideal venue for learning about and browsing rare garden antiques and period furnishings,” said show organizer Frank Gaglio.

Antiques on the Hudson’s boutique-style show presents enthusiasts and collectors the opportunity to shop an array of garden antiques, period furnishings, fine art, estate jewelry, vintage and mid-century design. The show will be located in the Lyndhurst carriage house complex in a climate-controlled tent pavilion just steps from the mansion with convenient parking and gourmet catering.

Visitors to the antique show may also choose to indulge in the wonderland of flowers in the historic mansion, take in the scenic estate grounds, and participate in the lineup of lectures and workshops offered throughout the weekend.

Westchester County offers access to thousands of collectors, designers and decorators in nearby Manhattan, Connecticut, Northern New Jersey and surrounding communities left void of a major, suburban antique event over the past few years. Additionally, with the loss of the popular Pier Antiques Shows on Manhattan’s West Side, this new event strives to fill the gap in elegant and grand style offering classic to contemporary decorative arts worthy of every taste level and preference, noted Gaglio.

Additional show information is available at For exhibitor inquiries email, or call 845-876-0616.

At the Spring Blossoms Flower Show, visitors can stroll through the mansion’s opulent rooms at their own pace and see the floral displays in full bloom without a guided tour of the mansion. General admission tickets to the show are $18 per person and can be purchased online at

Lyndhurst is located at 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591, one-half mile south of the Tappan Zee Bridge on Route 9, and approximately 24 miles north of Midtown Manhattan and is GPS friendly.

Built in 1838, Lyndhurst is considered by many to be the most important American home of the 19th century.