- Our list of the best things to do in Middletown, New York, features the top 121 nearby activities — including 46 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Middletown, NY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Middletown, NY , followed by 110 popular activities in nearby cities, including Newburgh, Beacon, Cold Spring, Warwick, New Paltz, Milford, Vernon, Ellenville, West Milford, Ringwood, Marlboro, Sussex, Woodstock and Garrison
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Professional dirt cars take the speed and acceleration of asphalt racing and combine it with the sideways thrills of drifting
The Interactive museum is a children's museum dedicated to attracting and satisfying the educational interest of children. The museum features a variety of interactive exhibits relating to science, math, and technology, with new exhibits being added on a regular basis.
Apple Ridge Orchards offers guests the opportunity to pick their own apples from over 20 different varieties. The orchard also features a pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals, a peach orchard, and a tractor pulled hay wagon.
Launched as a labor of love in 1955, Applewood Orchards and Winery, was an early pioneer of 'pick your own' orchards. Now featuring a winery, Applewood has grown to become a favorite place for families to spend an afternoon.
Featuring 28 synthetic surface lanes, Pin Street at Warwick caters to both league bowlers and recreational open bowlers alike. The facility features a snack bar, lounge, and billiard area as well as a professionally staffed pro shop.
A small family operation, Demarest Hill Winery, is an award-winning vineyard in the scenic Hudson Valley. In addition to wine, they have expanded their offering to include specialty liqueurs, brandies, and vinegars.
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing Georgian culture, the Dancing Crane Georgian Dance Theater teaches, demonstrates, and performs traditional Georgian dance. It offers classes in music and dance for children and adults.
Warwick's Strazza Art Gallery features a variety of works of original art in various media, all created by local and regional artists. The gallery includes paintings and photographs, many of which are by John and Lisa Strazza, the gallery owners.
Located on the banks of New York's Wawayanda River, the Pacem in Terris Sculpture Garden is a space of quiet contemplation that features the sculpted works of Frederick Franck, whose works have been exhibited all over the world.