530 Main St.
New Paltz, NY 12561
Phone: (845) 255-6200
Fax: (845) 255-2319
The Ulster County Fairgrounds are located a little to the south of the village of New Paltz, along the banks of the Wallkill River. A prominent events venue in the Ulster County, these grounds host a range of events, like the Ulster County Fair, Annual Taste of New Paltz, and Woodstock-New Paltz Art and Craft Fair. For visitors who are keen on discovering the culture of the area, a visit to these grounds is recommended. Call for information on upcoming events and other details.
The distinguished Perrine's Bridge is a historically significant bridge and is known for being one of the foremost covered bridges in New York. It stretches across the Wallkill River and is designated as a New York Historical site and included in the National Register of Historic Places as well. The bridge carries immense monumental value and is a superb vintage structure that still stands stern.
Formerly, the Poughkeepsie Bridge is now transformed into the Walkway Over The Hudson State Historic Park. The pedestrian walkway bridge is most celebrated for the fact that it is the longest footbridge across the globe. The bridge was included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Acknowledged by the Princeton Review, World Report and U.S News Marist is one of the most renowned colleges in the town of Poughkeepsie. They are an arts and science college and students will swear by the faculty and the amenities available for those who are seeking higher education. Marist does not only concentrate on the academic perspective of a student but also on making them holistically aware of the environment around them. All in all, Marist has a different approach to academia which is new and very interesting. To get further details about this institution do visit their website.
Let your kids have some unique experience and a good time at the Mid Hudson Children's Museum. Opened in 1997, the museum propagates innovative learning through exhibits covering nature, history, science and more.
The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site is an integral part of the life of President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He was born here, spent his life at this place and is buried here too. At this site, you can explore FDR's house, the Presidential Library and Museum and a lovely garden.
The Parish of the Holy Comforter is a grand church made of Bluestone in the Gothic Revival style of architecture. Established in 1860, it has gone through a lot of modifications. However, it still continues to function as an active church. The mesmerizing architecture of the church tells a lot about its history and the bygone era it belongs to. Masses are celebrated by the church on a regular basis.
Gardiner Schoolhouse, built in 1875, was expanded and used by the Town of Gardiner, in Ulster County, New York, as the Gardiner Town Hall. It is built in the Queen Anne style and houses the departments of the local government, the court and the New York State Police. It got added to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2000.
The Adriance Memorial Library is an iconic example of Classic Revival architecture in the city. This public facility features an extensive collection of books, publications and reading material for the community. Built in 1897, it features on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Bergh-Stoutenburgh House nestled in Hyde Park was built in 1770s and was owned by John Bergh. Later, this Dutch Colonial styled home was sold to Jacobus Stoutenburgh II. Included in National Register of Historic Places in 1972, this house was home to Edo Sushi restaurant that relocated to another location, leaving the Bergh-Stoutenburgh House empty.
The esteemed First Presbyterian Church at Poughkeepsie in Dutchess County, New York is a monumental church site. It was constructed in 1905 and occupies tremendous historic importance. The site is a magnificent model of the Romanesque style of architecture. The site was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is an architectural marvel. This church is an example of Norman-Gothic Revival architectural styles and features on the National Register of Historic Places. Prayer services, bible study and other activities are held here by the congregation open to the whole community.