The Breakers' Stable & Carriage House


Designed by Richard Morris Hunt of The Breakers' fame, this carriage house and former stables, which belong to their eponymous mansion, now house a museum of Vanderbilt family memorabilia, restored carriages and a fascinating model railway. Admission includes entry into the main house.

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