All aboard! Have you ever been on a cruise in the Hudson Valley along the Hudson River? Now is the perfect time to jump on this ship.
Popular Hudson Valley attractions have called in guests from different states to experience what our area has to offer.
The Hudson Valley has an extensive amount of history, there's something new that we can learn every day. While some stories are pieces of knowledge that Hudson Valley residents know of, other stories remain unknown.
It's said that the Hudson River is named after Henry Hudson. He was mainly known for discovering the river that we live near, travel by, and may swim in.
According to the Hudson River Valley Institute,
"The Hudson River Valley is one of America's most important scenic, cultural, economic, and historic regions. Discovered by Henry Hudson in 1609, the 315-mile long river was America's first river for many of the European colonists. For the Algonquin peoples, the Hudson estuary was called Mahicanituk, "The River That Flows Both Ways."
The deep, historical roots of the Hudson Valley are a reminder of all of the important events that took place here along with influential members of society who made it possible for us to reside here.
The oldest ferry in the U.S. runs through the Hudson Valley Area. It's possible that you may have been in the "World's End" in the Hudson River as well.
Which site from the Hudson River was your favorite? Share with us below.
The Only Way To Catch All of These 5 Sites Along The Hudson River
How Can You Experience The View Of All of These 5 Sites Along The Hudson River?
Spending time outdoors in the Hudson Valley is one of my favorite things, I also enjoy exploring different attractions and new experiences.
I took part in the Hudson River Cruise
s Sunset Cruise out of Ulster County, NY. Being on the Hudson River, seeing historical sites and soaking in the fresh, summer air was uplifting.
This is the only way that history buffs, nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts can experience these 5 sites along the Hudson River.
Take a look at what can be experienced along this cruise.
5 Places To Cool Off With Summer Mocktails In The Hudson Valley
The most refreshing way to take a break from the heat and find relaxation may be at your local tea shop or locally owned restaurant, sip sip hooray!
Take This Fascinating History Crawl Through Hyde Park, NY
Hyde Park, NY is located in Dutchess County, NY. It is the home to several prominent figures that played a role in how the world was once formed. Even though these members of society have passed on, their stories and legacies continue in our area.
I have had the chance to visit these historical sites and will always remember what each one meant to me, what I learned on the tours and how guests can continue to visit in 2023.