- Our list of the best things to do in Cold Spring, New York, features the top 214 nearby activities — including 82 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Tree-lined fairways and large rolling greens form the basis of the Garrison Golf Club that offers a course which can challenge players of all skill levels. There is also a practice range, putting green, snack bar, and pro shop available on site.
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The preservation and interpretation of Russel Wright's modernist home and studio form the focus of the Manitoga / The Russel Write Design Center. Public tours cover the main house, studio, and inner landscape on Friday through Monday while visitors can freely hike through the area on their own.
One of Beacon's more challenging hikes, the Mount Beacon Incline Railway offers breathtaking views of New York. The railway is a historical piece of the area, and once at the top of the summit, the flat land offers great areas for picnics and photography.
Situated on an incline that follows the historic Beacon Incline Railway, Mt. Beacon Park's summit culminates in panoramic views of the Hudson Valley. Visitors can hike, picnic, bird-watch or explore ruins of the railway's powerhouse.
Those interested in learning the heritage of Beacon, NY and its inhabitants will enjoy touring the Madam Brett Homestead. The historic homestead is an 18th century home that housed seven generations of the Brett family.
Described as 'a new art movement for the next generation,' Morphicism is a gallery that features distinctive interactive sliding screens for showcasing works of art. The screens are a unique invention of the gallery's owners.
New York's Howland Cultural Center is a hub for the artistic community of Beacon. The center features art displayed throughout the historic home and features an iconic red door. It is also available for rent and hosts special events year-round.
Most popularly known for a display by conceptual artist Walter De Maria, the Dia:Beacon art museum highlights unusual, avant garde artistry. The museum also features collections by Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Richard Serra.