12 Best Quaint Towns In Hudson Valley  Expect a Memorable Visit!

Tarrytown Experience the Gilded Age at Lyndhurst then savor Cantonese cuisine at Goosefeather or pub fare at Bridge View Tavern, followed by a sunset stroll along the Hudson RiverWalk Park or to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse, ending the day at the Westchester Marriott.

Sleepy Hollow Start your Sleepy Hollow experience by visiting the Old Dutch Church, tied to Washington Irving's legend. Explore Sleepy Hollow Cemetery on a fall evening tour, passing graves of notable figures like William Rockefeller and Elizabeth Arden.

Katonah Explore Katonah's historic district with century-old buildings, then savor Italian cuisine at the Blue Dolphin Diner or local flavors at The Whitlock.

Cold Spring Explore the scenic Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve near Cold Spring for outdoor adventures including hiking and water activities like canoeing and kayaking.

Beacon Explore Beacon, a charming Hudson Valley town nestled along the river, where you can enjoy coffee at Kitchen & Coffee, visit Dennings Point State Park, experience contemporary art at Dia Beacon, and browse shops along Main Street.

Poughkeepsie Experience the stunning Hudson Valley by walking across the Hudson in Poughkeepsie, offering panoramic views from the world’s longest elevated pedestrian bridge.

Hyde Park History buffs can explore Hyde Park, closely linked to Franklin D. Roosevelt, then enjoy outdoor fun at Clover Brooke Farm, cuddling barnyard animals or hiking with llamas and alpacas.

Rhinebeck Rhinebeck's Wilderstein mansion, once owned by Daisy Suckley, offers historic charm, while Bia restaurant downtown serves up delicious Irish fare like fisherman's stew with fresh-caught fish and creamy Irish butter.

Tivoli Experience Tivoli, a charming Upstate New York village, known for its reversed name, seasonal produce at Mead Orchards, and cultural performances at Kaatsbaan Cultural Park. 

Hudson Experience the Olana State Historic Site, home to artist Frederic Church, or enjoy a scenic tour of local wineries, breweries, and distilleries in the pastoral Hudson Valley setting.

Catskill Explore the Hudson River School Art Trail, beginning with a visit to the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, celebrating the scenic inspiration of the Catskill Mountains region.

Cornwall-On-Hudson Embrace the Hudson Valley's natural beauty at Cornwall-on-Hudson's Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, where you can meet local wildlife at the Wildlife Education Center.