Hudson Valley

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  • 1. Dia:Beacon

    Museum/Gallery

    Works by some of the biggest names in modern art from the 1960s to today fill this former Nabisco printing plant on the bank of the Hudson River...Read More

  • 2. Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome

    Museum/Gallery

    All the vintage aircraft at this museum still fly; indeed, many are used during air shows, held on weekends from mid-June to mid-October (weather...Read More

  • 3. Storm King Art Center

    Museum/Gallery

    More than 100 sculptures by major international artists—including David Smith, Alexander Calder, and Isamu Noguchi—are spread out on 500 acres...Read More

  • 4. A. Scott Warthin Geological Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    At the A. Scott Warthin Geological Museum on the ground floor of Ely Hall at Vassar, you can see fossil, mineral, and rock specimens. ...Read More

  • 5. American Museum of Firefighting

    Museum/Gallery

    The museum, a country mile from the Warren Street hub, contains 43 examples of hand-pulled engines and hose carts, including a Newsham engine...Read More

  • 6. Bevier House Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Set back from U.S. 209 between the center of Stone Ridge and Hurley is the Bevier House Museum, which dates from 1690 and is the headquarters...Read More

  • 7. Columbia County Museum

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    The building that houses the museum and the offices of the Columbia County Historical Society was a Masonic temple and dates from 1916. You...Read More

  • 8. 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

  • 9. Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center

    Museum/Gallery

    Vassar was the first college in the United States to have an art gallery, and that gallery eventually grew into the Frances Lehman Loeb Art...Read More

  • 10. Fred J. Johnston Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Antiques dealer Fred J. Johnston rescued this 1812 Federal mansion from the wrecking ball in the 1930s; the Friends of Historic Kingston inherited...Read More

  • 11. Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

    Museum/Gallery

    Overlooking the track is this museum and hall of fame dedicated to harness racing. Exhibits include a three-dimensional racing simulator, prints...Read More

  • 12. Hessel Museum of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    This free museum is part of Bard's highly respected Center for Curatorial Studies. Located on the south end of the Bard campus, it's known for...Read More

  • 13. Hopper House Art Center

    Museum/Gallery

    The childhood home of artist Edward Hopper now serves as an arts center and exhibition space. The famed painter owned the Federal-style house...Read More

  • 14. Hudson River Maritime Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Models, artifacts, and photographs illustrate the region's maritime history. Changing exhibits show tugboats and antique fishing and sailing...Read More

  • 15. Katonah Museum of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    The museum's changing exhibitions span a wide range of cultures, mediums, historical periods, and social issues. It's not uncommon to see a...Read More

  • 16. Putnam Historical Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Local historical memorabilia and changing exhibits fill this former 19th-century schoolhouse, once attended by children of West Point Foundry...Read More

  • 17. Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    At the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, 19th- and 20th-century photographs and American and European paintings, along with a core collection of...Read More

  • 18. Shaker Museum and Library

    Museum/Gallery

    You can learn about the daily life of the Shakers from one of the largest collections focusing on their culture. The extensive array of clothing...Read More

  • 19. Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site

    Museum/Gallery

    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

  • 20. Trolley Museum of New York

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    The museum stands on the site of the eastern terminal of the Ulster & Delaware Railroad, which ran from Kingston through the Catskills and...Read More

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