- TripBuzz found 83 things to do with kids in or near Middletown, New York, including 76 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newburgh, Cold Spring, Beacon and Warwick.
- From Quinnz Pinz to Middletown Lanes, the Middletown area offers 94 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Bowling, Amusement Parks (All Ages) and Specialty Museums.
- Located in the Hudson Valley of New York, Middletown is less than two hours from New York City. Middletown has many historical attractions, including Morrison Hall on the SUNY campus and The First Congregational Church. Children will especially enjoy The Interactive Museum, The Paramount Theater, or one of the bowling alleys.
Consisting of a stable area and outdoor arena, Gardnertown Farm offers horsemanship training to visitors. The farm hosts regular horse shows where visitors can watch experienced riders compete and display their skills.
Visitors who are up for a 3-mile roundtrip hike, bike ride, or jog, can visit the Hamilton Fish Bridge in Newburgh. Originally opened in 1963, this cantilever bridge traverses the Hudson River, providing scenic views while crossing.
A reservoir that supplies water to Newburgh, Chadwick Lake has walking trails, a playground, picnic shelters and basketball courts. Visitors can fish and boat on the lake, roller skate in the rink area, and walk dogs on the trails.
You don't have to be a biker to enjoy your visit to the Motorcyclepedia Museum. This 85,000 square foot museum contains hundreds of bikes from the past and present, and three motordromes where guests can watch a heart-stopping display of riding.
Home to the fast-pitch softball hall of fame and a 2,000-seat baseball field, Delano Hitch Park also offers numerous basketball courts, softball, and soccer fields as well. The park also features a community pool and activity center.
Schoolhouse Theater The is a theater that strives to bring performing arts to the local community. In addition to producing shows, the theater also offers acting classes and workshops to promote creative arts in those passionate about theater.
The Columns Museum features a wide-variety of historic Civil War artifacts, memorabilia, period clothing and more. Best known for its display of a bloody American flag, believed to have supported a dying President Lincoln's head, the museum also contains Native American artifacts.
Archery Adventures, Inc. can book select international and domestic hunting experiences. Join the hosts of the Accept The Challenge TV show in their quest for the ultimate hunting challenge and adventure.
Host to a small but notable museum, the Pike County Historical Society is an informative and interesting spot for tourists to get information about the local area. One exhibit of note in the museum is the Lincoln Flag.