Esopus Meadows Walk and Wade
Experience the Sites of the Hudson River Valley
Your Excellency's Dog kennel at Mount Vernon is as good a Quarter as that I am now in at Edmonston House
From 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM meet Saratoga victor and New Windsor Cantonment commander Major General Horatio Gates who was not very happy to be assigned this house for the winter of 1782-83. Free admission. Read More
Who Built Dutch New York?
The Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College is excited to announce the seventh annual Handel-Krom Lecture in Hudson River Valley History Read More
Wassail, Wassail, all over Town at Knox's Headquarters
By candlelight watch the Ellison family, soldiers and officers of the 2nd and 3rd Continental Artillery Regiments celebrate a rowdy Christmas Eve in the traditional 18th century manner. Read More
About the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area
The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area was designated by Congress in 1996 and is one of the now forty-nine federally-recognized National Heritage Areas throughout the United States. Through a partnership with the National Park Service, Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area collaborates with residents, government agencies, non-profit groups and private partners to interpret, preserve and celebrate the nationally-significant cultural and natural resources of the Hudson River Valley. In this way, we encourage public stewardship for these resources as well as economic activity at the local and regional level. The Heritage Area is managed by the Hudson River Valley Greenway.