APRIL 02, 2023
It is one of the biggest attractions in Kingston and is devoted to researching and displaying the history of the Hudson River.
It is a distinctive area of the city that honours, protects, and promotes Kingston's history and traditions.
It has 24 animal exhibits as well as a variety of the local vegetation found in the Hudson Valley.
It is one of three historically significant lighthouses on the Hudson River that serve as navigational beacons to indicate the entrance to the Rondout Creek.
It is one of Ulster County's most historic and prominent structures and has been present for many pivotal events in the county's history.
Its Flemish Bond stone and brick laying is a superb illustration of early Dutch and English construction methods.
It has a welcome bed & breakfast, a family-friendly Teddy Bear Museum with a variety of vintage Steiff teddy bears and other stuffed animals, and a Steiff gift shop.