- TripBuzz discovered 85 different types of activities for couples in the New Paltz area, including Rock Climbing (like Mountain Skills Climbing Guides), Winery/Vineyard (like Robibero Family Vineyards), Art Museum (like DM Weil Gallery) and Farms & Ranches (like Dressel Farms), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 197 date ideas in or near New Paltz, New York, including 179 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poughkeepsie, Newburgh, Saugerties and Beacon.
Those wishing to learn how to mix the ingredients as if they were master chefs can always go to the Culinary Institute of America. In here they can find several programs, such as the boot camps, which combine vacations with the culinary art.
The Hyde Park Drive In Theater is one of the last drive-ins. The theater has converted to digital movie projection to show the latest movies. The box office accepts cash only, however, the concession stand accepts Visa and Mastercard.
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4178 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY MoreLess Info
Hyde Park Roller Magic Skating Center is a family-run roller skating facility. Attractions include roller skating, in-line skating, dances, party hosting, a live DJ, roller derby, and various special events and fundraisers.
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4338 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY 12538 MoreLess Info
A gallery that features art from local artists, the Artists' Collective of Hyde Park features a variety of events, exhibits, and collections. Works are in multiple media, including paintings, photographs, and sculptures, and most are available to buy.
The Walkway Over the Hudson welcomes each year approximately 750,000 visitors. It is a 1.28 mile-long elevated pedestrian bridge, standing 212 feet above the ground, making it the longest of its kind in the world.
The oldest continuously operating theater in the state, the Bardavon Opera House was founded in 1869 and since then it has hosted more than 140 shows by worldwide known artists, such as Blondie, Joan Baez, Al Pacino, and Bill Cosby.
As a community art gallery space, Mid-Hudson Heritage Center features a new exhibition every month in a variety of different art mediums. The permanent exhibits include collaborative murals from students and volunteers in the community.