- Our list of the best things to do in Marlboro, New York, features the top 229 nearby activities — including 97 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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As one of only 16 designated urban parks, the Kingston Heritage Area Visitors Center sees a lot of tourism. The heritage center features many exhibits depicting local and state history, as well as re-enactments of major cultural events.
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.
Many different boats and exhibits are available at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. The focus of the museum is to preserve the maritime history of the Hudson River Valley, and general admission includes a self-guided tour of all exhibits.
Aboard their sailing vessel, Hudson Sailing offers passengers various excursions on the Hudson River and around the Catskills. In addition to charters, they offer painting excursions on board and sailing instruction.
Part of the Hudson River Maritime Museum complex features the Rondout Lighthouse which was the first lighthouse at the entrance to Rondout Creek. Visitors must take a water vessel to the lighthouse though since there is no way to access the site by land.
One of the city's richest and well-known citizens provided the name for Cornell Park as he lived adjacent to the area where it is located. The upper section has a veterans monument while the lower has areas for free play and relaxation.
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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.