Please call the individual sites directly to inquire about the events listed on our event calendars and to inquire about hours.
The Maurice D. Hinchey Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area does not own or operate any of the sites listed below. They are owned and managed by the organizations listed in the site descriptions. Please call ahead for special accommodation needs or with any questions about their sites.
Albany Institute of History & Art
Founded in 1791, the Albany Institute of History and Art is one of the country's oldest museums and offers an excellent introduction to the fine art and culture of the upper Hudson Valley.
Clermont State Historic Site
Clermont offers a glimpse into seven generations of the prominent Livingston family, with grounds that afford superb views and settings.
Dia:Beacon is a museum of contemporary art with over 240,000 square feet of exhibition space and a formal garden.
Fort Montgomery State Historic Site
Fort Montgomery was the scene of a Revolutionary War battle for control of the Hudson River. Visitors can tour the remains of the fortification.
Historic Huguenot Street
New Paltz's quiet Huguenot Street offers a glimpse into the lives of the French settlers of the 17th century.
Hudson River Museum
The Hudson River Museum is a complex of galleries that present changing art exhibitions; Glenview, a Hudson River home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places; the Planetarium, Westchester County's only public planetarium; and Hudson Riverama, an environmental gallery.
John Jay Homestead State Historic Site
John Jay Homestead preserves the retirement home of one of America's Founding Fathers with gardens, old farm buildings, and bridle trails.
Locust Grove Estate
Locust Grove was the country estate of telegraph pioneer Samuel F.B. Morse and the first Hudson River estate to be designated a National Historic Landmark
Martin Van Buren National Historic Site
Lindenwald was the home and farm of Martin Van Buren, 8th President of the United States, from 1839 to his death in 1862
Neuberger Museum of Art
The Neuberger Museum, housed in a Philip Johnson-designed building displays collections of modern art, African art, and the art of our time.