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美術館

美術館
“DIA is one of my favorite museums in the area. If you love art-this is a must see! ”
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美術館
“Museum housing over 300 original pieces of art work by the famous artist Norman Rockwell. He designed the cover for "The Saturday Evening Post" and is know for creating "The Four Freedoms" and many other iconic sketches of Americana.”
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美術館
“Most New Yorkers overlook Connecticut’s only contemporary art museum, but it’s an easy and worthwhile day trip. The building, a former barn, was renovated into a contemporary museum that’s painted white with wood accents. It has two floors of gallery space dedicated to boundary-pushing exhibitions, and it overlooks a two-acre sculpture garden. The Aldrich is worth repeat visits. Because they are a non-collecting institution, their program is always changing. Some recent hits have been Virginia Overton, Steve diBenedetto, and Nancy Shaver.”
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美術館
“Exibates change stop by there website to view current offering. Walking distance from space”
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Museum
“Whether you cha-cha, waltz, tango, or swing - you will enjoy this facility's tribute to the art form that is dance.”
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美術館
“An interesting - and free - regional museum at Bard College with rotating exhibitions.”
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美術館
“A 9,000 sq ft space spread over six galleries in the center of the SUNY New Paltz campus. It is home to a permanent collection of local, American, and International artists. ($5 suggested donation entry fee)”
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美術館
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歴史博物館

歴史上有名な所
“The Vanderbilt Estate in Hyde Park, New York is perhaps the best, most intact example of the types of estates constructed by wealthy industrialists in the 19th century. The fully-furnished, 54-room mansion is placed in a wondrous landscape with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and distant Catskill Mountains. The gardens and grounds of the Vanderbilt Mansion Historic Site are open daily from sunrise to sunset. In addition to tours of the historic house the estate grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset. Visitors may walk the grounds, hike carriage trails, or picnic at the overlook.”
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History Museum
“Historically significant with beautiful vistas across the Hudson River. Rockefeller's responsible for the beautiful views from our area across the Hudson due to early preservation of land.”
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ギフトショップ
“If you are in New Paltz and want a nice shaded place to go for a stroll, check out the old town. Its quiet and aesthetic and a quick walk back to main street for food and beverages.”
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“This Gothic Revival mansion was originally designed in 1838, a fine example of 19 century landscape design. The mansion and what is now a 67-acre estate remained in the Ghoul family until 1961. Check out Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities in October! The Ghoul family’s splendid and spooky castle home is the ultimate destination to celebrate the spirit of Halloween! ”
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History Museum
“See ships being built by hand, catch the Clearwater when it's docked for maintenance, and kids of all ages love walking around and looking at the outdoor installations of boats and parts.”
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歴史上有名な所
“A National Historic Landmark District, Historic Huguenot Street encompasses 30 buildings across 10 acres at the heart of the New Paltz, NY. In 1677, a group of Huguenot families established a community in the Hudson Valley of New York in the hope of creating a home where they could worship as they chose. In 1894, their descendants formed what is now Historic Huguenot Street to protect their legacy in the buildings, objects, and stories they left behind.”
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History Museum
“History Department Motto; —“Much of the history we teach was made by the people we taught”— History, you actually feel it when you enter West Point! The Visitors Tour is a must! ”
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History Museum
“Love “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”? Don’t miss the charming, quaint and humble historic home of Washington Irving. ”
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絶景展望スポット

絶景スポット
“Great views from the top. A reviewer writes, "Really fun place to hike. The view is most definitely worth it but the hike is all uphill and very challenging. There is also a metal lookout tower." Wikipedia describes Overlook Mountain as the southernmost peak of the Catskill Escarpment in the central Catskill Mountains near Woodstock, New York.”
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歴史上有名な所
“The home of Frederick Edwin Church, key figure in the Hudson River School of painting. Stunning setting and a significant example of neo-moorish architecture. Really worth a visit! ”
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絶景スポット
“One of our region's most iconic spots. Reopened in 2009, this is the world's longest elevated pedestrian bridge and spans 1.28 miles over the Hudson River from Highland to Poughkeepsie. Visitors can bring their dogs, ride bikes, or just talk a casual walk. The bridge also connects the rail trail system between Dutchess and Ulster counties. ”
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公園
“One of the most photographed waterfalls in Connecticut and New England, Kent Falls is best viewed in spring. However, the falls are spectacular throughout the year if you're brave enough to visit in the winter, it's worth the walk in the snow.”
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絶景スポット
“Park across the street includes primordial forest, nature walks, tennis, baseball, playgrounds, river with ducks and our very own local seal!”
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絶景スポット
“Memorable views of southern Berkshires & broad Housatonic River Valley from summit. Short, but steep hike for fantastic view. 30 minute drive.”
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絶景スポット
“Hike or drive to the top of prospect in Lake George for a great 50 mile view of the lake.”
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National Park
“This is a National Park, and a must see when visiting our area. The history of the City of Paterson includes its beginnings as the ambitious project of Alexander Hamilton and the Society for Establishing Useful Manufacturers (S.U.M.) in 1792 at the Great Falls, the early development of water power systems for industrial use, and the various types of manufacturing that occurred in the District's mills into the 20th Century. These included cotton fabrics, railroad locomotives, textile machinery, jute, and silk spinning, weaving, and dyeing, among many others. The Great Falls represents compelling stories of the lives of immigrants who labored in the mills, those who owned and operated factori”
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史跡

歴史上有名な所
“Olana State Historic Site is a historic house museum near Hudson. The estate was home to Frederic Edwin Church, one of the major figures in the Hudson River School of landscape painting and has an amazing view corridor of the Hudson River.”
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Resort
“This historic hotel and the grounds around it are super special. There are many beautiful hikes on the grounds, and the hotel has an award-winning spa where one can book a massage without being a guest! There are also incredible restaurants, worth the splurge. If you go, take advantage of gaining access, and spend an entire day exploring!”
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歴史上有名な所
“The Vanderbilt Estate in Hyde Park, New York is perhaps the best, most intact example of the types of estates constructed by wealthy industrialists in the 19th century. The fully-furnished, 54-room mansion is placed in a wondrous landscape with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and distant Catskill Mountains. The gardens and grounds of the Vanderbilt Mansion Historic Site are open daily from sunrise to sunset. In addition to tours of the historic house the estate grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset. Visitors may walk the grounds, hike carriage trails, or picnic at the overlook.”
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歴史上有名な所
“The home of Frederick Edwin Church, key figure in the Hudson River School of painting. Stunning setting and a significant example of neo-moorish architecture. Really worth a visit! ”
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歴史上有名な所
“Feel transported back to the Revolutionary War walking through the Saratoga Battlefield, my personal favorite place to walk year-round. The park features many canons, lookouts, and plaques that explain the past of Saratoga, New York. The view from the top of the hill is unmatched, and is especially beautiful with fall foliage! I highly recommend checking out this underrated beauty. ”
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History Museum
“Historically significant with beautiful vistas across the Hudson River. Rockefeller's responsible for the beautiful views from our area across the Hudson due to early preservation of land.”
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歴史上有名な所
“A famous structure built by American architect Philip Cortelyou Johnson now owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. A short 25 minute drive with tours via reservation. ”
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図書館

Museum
“For Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, Springwood, the family estate on the Hudson River in Hyde Park, New York, was “home” throughout his busy life”
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Library
“Best Library Ever! And not just because I'm on the board. This library has interesting fun events for kids and adults, free to public. Check out the schedule at woodstock (dot) org Two minute walk but also usually parking as well. ”
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Library
“Dating from 1798, this wonderful little library and reading room was re-opened in it's current building in 1896, and then doubled in size in 1996. Besides traditional library services, this is the center of village life, with readings by local writers, concerts and other gatherings, as well as offering quiet places to read or write, with free wifi, computers and printers available to the public. Coffee, sodas and snacks available. Rentals of sports equipment like binoculars or fishing poles.”
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Library
“Really amazing library. Let me know if you want to use my library card to check out books or DVDs. ”
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Library
“Right in town; easy to get to and relaxing environment. Rent a movie for free!”
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Museum
“Wonderful local resource. Great place to visit for young and old alike. Check out their website to get a better sense of what their about: 13 mins from here. www.iaismuseum.org”
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公園
“Nature lovers can appreciate the 850 specimen trees and plants from around the world.”
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Museum
“Not your average zoo...this one takes in orphaned and injured animals (mostly) native to the area. Another fun spot for the kids and nearby the carousel.”
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