Hudson Valley area NyThe Hudson Valley area of Ny
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Hudson Valley's wealth of historic legacy goes back to the late 1600s. Hunter, trapper and trader used the flow to transport goods to and from New York City. New York State settled in the White Plains Courthouse in July 1776. Moving to West Point, then known as Fort Clinton, he used his location to take in the Hudson Highlands with a view of the rivers.
When the area expanded, it became a haven for New York-city-emitting families. Don't think you have to go to town to get your hands on fine dining, cultural and entertaining activities. The Hudson Valley has long been home to fine Japanese artist and people. The Hudson River School was the birthplace of a great art school.
Home to Frederic Edwin Church, one of the movement's leaders, it is a state historical site open to the general population and the venue for Hudson town' concert, exhibition, children's course and other activities. The Rockland Center of the Arts in West Nyack provides courses, workshop and performance for budding and seasoned artist.
In addition to high schools, we are fortunate enough to have many first-class schools and schools nearby that attract and train talented students from a distance. The cities and communities we serve provide extraordinary habitats for first-time buyers, young workers, expanding homes, empty nests and pensioners. A lot of folks commuting to New York City, but you can also work near home.
Come and stay a few days on the Hudson or Delaware Rivers or the many seas that populate our area in your own boats, kayaks or canoes. Soak up the tranquillity and tranquillity of a countryside, but with all the comforts of urbanity. Hudson Valley offers a variety of business activities, but also important historic places, a variety of culture and lots of outdoor freshness.