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This indoor market features fresh produce grown locally along with baked goods, flowers and plants, homemade items and more.
This aeronautical museum has military and civilian aircraft from the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, a wind tunnel, and operational Link Trainer, a 1932 Nash Sedan, a 1939 Ford Flatbed,...
This museum displays Shaker craftsmanship in the form of tools, housewares and art.
A visit to Lindenwald often includes a tour of President Van Buren’s 36-room mansion, but all sorts of events and activities such as campfire programs are offered throughout the...
Lindenwald was the retirement home of Martin Van Buren, 8th President or the United States, and one of the principal architects of the Democratic Party. The mansion has been...
The outdoor market features locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables along with delicious baked goods and more. The market is open on Saturday from early June to mid-October.
This market features fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items and more. The market is held on Friday afternoons from mid-May through September.
This pastoral property is a quintessential example of the open spaces that once dominated the Berkshire region. The wines have won numerous awards at the Big E Northeast Wine...
The FASNY Museum of Firefighting is America’s interactive firefighting Museum! Whether you’re a firefighter, a student of history or a family looking for a fun and educational day...
A day-use facility, the park has been designated a State Estuary, and a portion of the park shelters a Bird Conservation Area that is home to bald eagles, cerulean warblers and...
The market is held outdoors in the DMV parking lot and local producers sell fresh fruits and produce, baked goods, flowers, handmade crafts and more. The market is held on...
In the late 1880’s, hazards created by the Middle Ground Flats opposite the City of Hudson made navigation of the Hudson river at that point extremely risky for the busy shipping...
This historic house museum, c1663 was the home of Pieter Bronck, cousin of the first settler north of the Harlem River for whom Bronx Borough of New York was named. The museum...
This garden features 15 acres of colorful perennial and annual gardens, herb and rock gardens, pond gardens, arboretum and more.
This historic house has collections colonial furnishings, pottery and tools.
A large collection of original Rockwell art.