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Top Things to Do in Hudson River, TX, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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New York State Route 32 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New York State Route 32 ( NY 32) is a north-south state highway that extends for 176.73 miles (284.42 km) through the Hudson Valley and Capital District regions of the U.S. state of New York. It is a two-lane surface road for nearly its entire length, with few divided and no limited-access sections.

Hudson River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Hudson River is a 315-mile (507 km) watercourse that flows from north to south primarily through eastern New York State in the United States. The river originates at the confluence of Indian Pass Brook and Calamity Brook near the outlet of Henderson Lake in Newcomb, New York, in the Adirondack Park, flowing southward past the state capital at Albany, and eventually forming the boundary between New York City and the U.S.

Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site preserves the Springwood estate in Hyde Park, New York, United States of America. Springwood was the birthplace, lifelong home, and burial place of the 32nd President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The National Historic Site was established in 1945.

Olana State Historic Site

Olana State Historic Site was the home of Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900), one of the major figures in the Hudson River School of landscape painting. The centerpiece of Olana is an eclectic villa composed of many styles, difficult to categorize, which overlooks parkland and a working farm designed by the artist.

Storm King Art Center

Storm King Art Center, commonly referred to as Storm King and named after its proximity to Storm King Mountain, is an open-air museum located in Mountainville, New York. It contains what is perhaps the largest collection of contemporary outdoor sculptures in the United States. Founded in 1960 by Ralph E.

Storm King Art Center

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Mohonk Mountain House

The Mohonk Mountain House, also known as Lake Mohonk Mountain House, is a historic American resort hotel located on the Shawangunk Ridge in Ulster County, New York. Its prominent location in the town of New Paltz, New York is just beyond the southern border of the Catskill Mountains on the western side of the Hudson River.

Boscobel House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boscobel House ( grid reference ) is a Grade II* listed building in the parish of Boscobel in Shropshire. It has been, at various times; a farmhouse, a hunting lodge, and a holiday home; but it is most famous for its role in the escape of Charles II after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.

Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The site includes 211 acres (85 ha) of the original larger property historically named Hyde Park. Situated on the east bank of the Hudson River, the property includes pleasure grounds with views of the river and the distant Catskill Mountains, formal gardens, natural woodlands, and numerous auxiliary structures.

Hudson River Museum

The Hudson River Museum, located in Trevor Park in Yonkers, New York, is the largest[citation needed ] museum in Westchester County. The Yonkers Museum, founded in 1919 at City Hall, became the Hudson River Museum in 1948.

Croton-on-Hudson, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Clifford Harmon, a realtor, purchased 550 acres of land next to the village of Croton in 1903. He gave part of the land to the New York Central Railroad to build a train station, on the condition that the station would forever be named after him.


Stonecrop Gardens - Stonecrop Gardens consists of 63 acres of gardens, fields, and woodlands in Cold Spring, New York. At its windswept elevation of 1100 feet in the Hudson Highlands it enjoys a Zone 5 climate.

San Marcos, Texas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

San Marcos is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, within the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos metropolitan area. The city is located on the Interstate 35 corridor-between Austin and San Antonio-and is the seat of Hays County. The population was 44,894 in 2010. In 2013 the U.S.

Troy Savings Bank

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, now owned by First Niagara Financial Group is a bank and performance space in Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, U.S.A. The music hall, renowned for its acoustics and an Odell concert organ, is operated by a not-for-profit organization.

Hudson River Way

The Hudson River Way is a pedestrian bridge that links Broadway in downtown Albany, New York with the Corning Preserve on the bank of the Hudson River. The bridge crosses Interstate 787. The Hudson River Way was intended to spark downtown and riverfront growth in Albany.

Sleepy Hollow, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The village is known as the setting of " The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", a short story by Washington Irving, who lived in neighboring Tarrytown and is buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Originally incorporated as North Tarrytown in the late 19th century, in 1996 the village officially adopted the traditional name for the area, known to many via "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow".

Poughkeepsie Bridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Poughkeepsie Bridge (a.k.a. Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge, Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge, High Bridge) is a steel cantilever bridge spanning the Hudson River between Poughkeepsie, New York on the east bank and Highland, New York on the west bank. Built as a double track railroad bridge, it was completed on January 1, 1889, and went out of service on May 8, 1974.

Tarrytown Music Hall

The Music Hall, in Tarrytown, New York, United States, is located on West Main Street downtown. It is a brick structure in the Queen Anne architectural style erected in the late 19th century. In 1980 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Fort Montgomery (Hudson River) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fort Montgomery is the name of a fortification built in 1776 by the Continental Army on West Bank of the Hudson River during the American Revolution. It was one of the first major investments by the Americans in strategic construction projects.