Hudson Valley Historic Estates, Museums,
Recreation, Spas & Entertainment
Explore the many quiet pleasures and active things to do in the Hudson Valley just a stone’s throw from the inn. We are happy to make suggestions about an itinerary for your visit in Rhinebeck. First click to learn more about area attractions and activities here on our Website.
Dotted throughout the largest designated Historic district in the country
Click here for a primer on the historical significance of the area.
Spas and Wellness Centers
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Here are some fun things for active pursuits in the Hudson Valley.
Our favorite activity to enjoy the mighty Hudson, offering charters, sailing lessons and champagne sunset cruises.
Glide down the river on a guided tour, also offering instructional programs for all skill levels.
Practice your target or clay pigeon shooting at the oldest licensed shooting ground in the U.S.
Second oldest 18 hole course in the nation.
18-hole championship caliber golf course is a treat to play with a full-length grass driving range, pro shop and restaurant.
Indoor/Outdoor facility, tennis, pickleball and variety of paddle sports.
Museums of All Kinds
Opens May 1st, air shows begin in June. Americas first flying museum of antique aircraft. 15 Minute bi-plane rides offered.
Historic building known as the Quitman house featuring local history exhibits. Open Saturdays only.
Really impressive collection of Hudson River School paintings, and works of European and American painters.
One of the largest venues for contemporary art in the former Nabisco box plant on the banks of the Hudson.
Located on the Historic Rondout waterfront in Kingston, dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, home of the Riverport wooden boat school.
Located in the Historic Stockade District of uptown Kingston, home to an outstanding collection of 18th and early 19th century furnishings and decorative arts.
Little over a hours drive southwest, oldest and largest public collection of Militia in the Western Hemisphere.
Fantastic outdoor sculpture park, open April through October. Rent bikes, take the tram or stroll at your own pace.
Located in Hudson NY, the premier firefighting museum in the world, exhibiting over 60 engines and historic artifacts.
Arts, Culture & Entertainment
Delight in live theater, musicals, staged readings, concerts holiday shows, and much more.
Worth a visit for the Frank Gehry designed structure, world class performances, opera, classical, jazz, dance.
Innovative dance performances, intimate productions.
Home of the midnight ramble, intimate concerts held in one of a kind musical landmark.