- TripBuzz discovered 84 different types of activities for couples in the Kingston area, including National & State Parks (like Forsyth Park), Family Fun Center (like Lukanoos Family Fun Center), Zoos (like Forsyth Park Zoo) and Movie Theaters (like Regal Cinemas), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 165 date ideas in or near Kingston, New York, including 149 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poughkeepsie, Saugerties, New Paltz and Hyde Park.
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.
The Ferncliff Forest is a community managed nature and wildlife preserve famous for its derrick-style tower that can be climbed for scenic views of the Hudson Valley area. The park also has many nature trails and allows camping by visitors.
Featuring classical music and live entertainment, Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra performs at numerous venues around Rhinebeck. The group includes a community of musicians from all over the Hudson Valley Area.
Located on 76 acres, Burger Hill Park features open meadows and a 550-foot hilltop offering mountain views. The park can be used for walking, picnicking and birding as well as sledding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
The Catskill Animal Sanctuary is a 110 acre animal sanctuary for farm animals rescued from animal cruelty. Attractions include a guided tour of the sanctuary, cooking classes, overnight lodging, and various special events.
Featuring one of the largest collection of antique aviation equipment in the world, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, features weekend airshows for fans of all ages. The aerodrome also features antique motorcycles, automobiles, and exhibits from the 'Golden Age of Aviation'.
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With an exterior design resembling a barn allowing it to blend into the rural countryside, The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, provides year-round, live entertainment for fans of all ages. Visitors to the venue can enjoy stage productions, music, and workshops.
Designated as a National Historic Place, Opus 40 is 6 ½ acres of earthwork sculpture created by a single man, Harvey Fite. The site was created using bluestone and includes sculpted walkways, stairs, statues, and includes a Quarryman's Museum.