Hudson Valley

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  • 1. Clermont State Historic Site

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    Robert R. Livingston Jr. (1746–1813), who helped draft the Declaration of Independence, was just one of the illustrious Livingstons who made...Read More

  • 2. Fort Montgomery State Historic Site

    Museum/Gallery

    Scene of a 1777 Revolutionary War battle for the Hudson River, this fort (well, its foundation at least) is still visible on the 14½-acre site...Read More

  • 3. Goshen Historic Track

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    The oldest harness track in the United States is also a National Historic Landmark. You can watch daily training or take a self-guided walking...Read More

  • 4. Huguenot Street

    Historic District/Site

    A National Historic Landmark, the street includes seven colonial stone houses from as early as 1705, some of the oldest in the United States...Read More

  • 5. Martin Van Buren National Historic Site

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    Born in Kinderhook, Martin Van Buren (1782–1862)—the eighth president of the United States—decided to retire to this estate, which he purchased...Read More

  • 6. Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site

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    This is the only Revolutionary War battleground in Rockland County. A museum with exhibits and a slide show describes the battle, and reenactments...Read More

  • 7. Thomas Cole National Historic Site

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    You may feel the urge to pick up a paintbrush as you take in the Catskill Mountain views from the front porch of the yellow-brick Federal house...Read More

  • 8. Ulster County Courthouse

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    New York's first constitution was drafted on this site in 1777, in an earlier building. Then its first chief justice, John Jay, was sworn in...Read More

  • 9. Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site

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    From April 1782 to August 1783, General George Washington made his military headquarters and home in this Dutch fieldstone house, where he attended...Read More

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