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107 Indoor Activities in Hudson Valley, NY
The New Paltz Climbing Cooperative is a place where parishioners of all age groups can grow intellectually, cognitively, and spiritually, offering a one-of-a-kind opportunity to promote physical and mental development, as well as to promote physical and physical well-being and mobility. The G. Steve Jordan Gallery shows only landscapes of Shawangunk Ridge and Hudson Valley in various shapes and dimensions.
The Old Dutch Church Heritage Museums is housed in a first Dutch Protestant church and is open to the general public and open to all. Volunteer Fireman's Hall & Musuem of Kingston tells the story of the fire fighters and locals in the region. Among the museum's items are a fire engine from 1898, fire fighting devices and other antiquities.
BSP Kingston offers a wide range of services from festival to musician. It is housed in a historical early 1900s house. The Ulster Performing Arts Center offers a wide range of shows, from rocking groups and cartoons to plays andchestras. Situated in a historical brickwork theatre with Greek revival attic.
The New Paltz Cinema is a small, private theatre that presents premieres at reduced-price. There are a wide range of special and rebate programmes and a large number of licences, among them Nacho's. New York's Trolley Museum is devoted to the subject of trolley and subway trains.
Since more than 60 years this musuem tries to make the importance of the trolleysystem known in the region. The Samuel Dorsky Kunstmuseum houses a varied and varied exhibition of works of art, including metal, painting, sculpture and photographs. There are guided visits and other activities and activities open to the general public. See the history of the town.
The Wilderstein Preservation is situated on a forested rock overlooking the magnificent Hudson River. The historical estate can be visited on guided visits, but visitors can also discover the paths on the 40 hectares of the estate.