- TripBuzz discovered 91 different types of activities for couples in the Saugerties area, including Parks (like Falling Waters Preserve), Lighthouses (like Lighthouse), Theaters (like Orpheum Theatre) and Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Catskill Animal Sanctuary), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 128 date ideas in or near Saugerties, New York, including 108 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hudson, Hyde Park, Kingston and Rhinebeck.
A nonprofit theater with a focus on education and community cultural enrichment, the Cocoon Theatre is a community theater that offers a variety of classes in various aspects of performance and stagecraft. It stages a variety of productions.
Several amenities and facilties are located at Forsyth Park. Handball courts, tennis courts, and a nature center are major draws to the park with other side options being woodland trails, the Kinderland Playground, and the picnic area.
The Community Theatre is a historic two screen theatre that has been restored to reflect its 1940s cinema style. The theatre provides state-of-the-art surround sound in both theatres and digital projection in booths. The theatre offers concessions and gift certificates.
Designed by the Hudson River School painter Frederic E. Church, the Olana State Historic Site features his family home, studio, and estate. The Persian-inspired house offers daily tours, and visitors can also view the 250 acres of an artist-designed landscape which is available through five miles of carriage tr…
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389 Salisbury Turnpike, Rhinebeck, NY MoreLess Info
Opened in 1979, Northern Dutchess Botanical Gardens is a garden and nursery home to a large variety of plants. Visitors to the gardens commonly enjoy purchasing fruits and vegetables, viewing the many flowers, or enjoying the picturesque scenery.
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89 East Strand, Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 12402 MoreLess Info
The New York Trolley Museum is dedicated to granting more exposure to the world of trolleys and subways. For over 60 years this museum has sought to spread the word of the importance the trolley system has played in the local area.
The ship known as the Rip Van Winkle provides visitors with excursions on the Hudson River. Beverage and snack bars are available onboard while the guide points out the estates of millionaires, lighthouses, and quaint villages along the river.