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This outdoor market held in the Mural lot features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade products, frequent community events, cooking demonstrations and live music. The...
This children's museum has all hands-on exhibits for children of all ages to interact with.
This museum, housed in a c.1765 Clinton House which was used as the New York state capitol during the Revollutionary War, has manuscripts and artifacts relating to the history of...
This museum has paintings, sculptures, photographs, and contemporary work of artists from the Hudson Valley region and New York City.
"Shalom! On Grand" is a family-friendly festival at the Jewish Community Center of Dutchess County that offers something for everyone!
Entertainment featuring the West Point...
A refreshing farmer's market nestled in the friendly surroundings of Vassar College's Alumni lawn with Tudor buildings and shade trees all around. The market features homegrown...
This popular outdoor market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items, baked goods, flowers and plants, crafts, merchandise and special events through out the...
This museum has American and European painting and sculpture, medieval to modern, a Magoon collection of Hudson River School and other 19th century American Paintings, Greek and...
Open air market featuring fresh local fruits and vegetables, plants and flowers, baked goods, and more. The market is held on Friday from June to mid-October.
This outdoor market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items and more. The market is held on Saturday from June through October.
Val-Kill Cottage is the focal point of the historic site. It was originally built as a factory building for Val-Kill Industries and was converted to a home by Eleanor Roosevelt in...
"Springwood" was the birthplace, lifetime residence and "Summer White House" of the 32nd President. he entertained many distinguished visitors here. The gravesites of President...
This palatial mansion is a fine example of homes built by 19th century millionaires. This particular home was constructedf by Frederick W. Vanderbilt, a grandson of Cornelius...
See three galleries containing exhibits dealing with the life and times of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, interactive exhibits, a maritime exhibit, personal papers, government...
See Beaux-Arts interiors by turn of the century decorators including furniture, tapestries, rugs and porcelains.
See Eleanor Roosevelt's original and replacement furnishings at Val-Kill, her home from 1945-1962. In December there is a special holiday exhibit.