Hotels in Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley has infinite charm, boundless beauty and a unique history. Take the ride out to Hyde Park and spend the day learning about perhaps the most influential couple of the 20th century by visiting the National Historic Sites commemorating Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Explore the Springwood estate, FDR’s lifelong home aside from his time in the White House, and just a stone’s throw away is the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, the only one of its kind dedicated to a First Lady.
Set your sights on one of the most comprehensive outdoor sculpture collections around at Storm King Center in Mountainville. History buffs must set aside time to get aboard USS Slater and dive into the crucial role it played defending American men and supplies in World War II. There’s always plenty to do in Hudson Valley so keep your day open.
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The Roosevelts Revealed
Explore the birthplace, burial place, and lifelong home of the 32nd President at the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site at the Springwood estate in Hyde Park.
Just two miles east of Springwood commemorates FDR’s wife and First Lady at the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, the only National Historic Site dedicated to a First Lady.
Extraordinary Works of Art
Drive to Orange County and see one of America’s largest collections of contemporary outdoor sculptures at Storm King Art Center in Mountainville. Indulge your curiosity as to the Empire State’s past and present at the New York State Museum in Albany.
Climb aboard the only American Navy ship from World War II still floating and take in an unforgettable history lesson at USS Slater on the Hudson River in Albany.