New York Attractions and Sightseeing
Walkway Over the Hudson: A New Way to Experience the Hudson River
Walkway Over the Hudson is a linear park that connects Poughkeepsie and Highland on opposition banks of New York's Hudson River. The fire-damaged Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge was reborn as Walkway Over the Hudson in 2009. Walkway Over the Hudson is a prime destination for walking, biking, dog walking, bird watching, leaf peeping and photography....
Hiking to Kaaterskill Falls
A hike to Kaaterskill Falls in the Catskill Mountains of New York State makes for a great day trip. Kaaterskill Falls, the tallest double-tiered waterfall in New York, has inspired artists such as Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, and you can behold its beauty at the end of a moderate, half-mile hike.
Howe Caverns: A Photo Tour
A photo tour of Howe Caverns in Howes Cave, NY. See pictures of Howe Caverns in central New York State and learn how to plan your own visit to tour this unique underground attraction, which was first discovered in 1842.
Huguenot Street: America's Oldest Street
With its six stone homes built before 1720, Huguenot Street in New Paltz, New York, has the distinction of being America's oldest street. Visitors are welcome to walk through history along this Colonial road, where a group of French Protestants known as the Huguenots settled in 1677 after fleeing France to escape religious and political...
Make a Date with Baseball's Greats: Visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the picturesque Victorian village of Cooperstown, New York, will deepen your passion for America's game. On this photo tour of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, you'll see the world's most valuable baseball card, Lou Gehrig's locker, Curt Schilling's bloody sock and much more.
Hudson Valley Mansions Aglow
New York's Hudson Valley is home to some of the region's finest architectural masterpieces, which served as mansion homes to industrialists and the landed gentry. These elegant mansions are even more breathtaking when adorned with Christmas decorations.
This Garrison, New York, Federal-style mansion overlooks the Hudson River and West Point.
The Hudson River Museum
Located in Yonkers, New York, this museum features changing exhibits related to art, history, and science, a planetarium, and a restored mansion.
Tour this Gothic Revival mansion in Tarrytown, New York, which is now owned and operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
HV/Net provides details about this Staatsburg, New York, mansion's history and its transition in 1938 to a public historic site.