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The Hudson River Valley is very linear in geography as the majestic Hudson River flows from the Capital District down to New York City. To help you explore all of the Valley we have created three regions within our beautiful Valley:

Hudson River Valley MapUpper Hudson Valley — Tour Albany, New York State's capital city, or discover the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution in Troy. Enjoy antiquing in Hudson, savor the artistry of Frederic Church at Olana and the treasured handcrafts of the Shakers. Travel back roads and byways, from city sights to country pleasures.

Middle Hudson Valley — From the mansions of a bygone era, to the splendor of the Shawangunk & Catskill Mountains, in the mid-Valley you will find a rich diversity of things to do. Tour great estates and gardens, explore museums and wineries, pick apples and take scenic hikes.

Lower Hudson Valley — Discover quaint villages, scenic beauty and tales of the American Revolution in the beautiful Hudson Highlands, home to West Point. Re-trace the ride of the Headless Horseman, visit heritage sites and great art museums, take a river cruise and enjoy incomparable Main Street shopping.

As you click into each of our different regions the information available to you from the menus above will be specific to that region. We hope this helps you explore and discover all that the Hudson Valley has to offer!

We hope you enjoy your visit to New York's Hudson River Valley where youy'll find extraordinary scenic beauty and the highest concentration of historic attractions anywhere in America. Welcome!

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