Only two hours from New York City, you could go on a quick day trip to Hudson for a change of pace. If you do so, plan on getting a bus charter in Hudson, New York to make it convenient for you and your group.
A bus charter in Hudson, NY can accommodate anywhere from small groups of 24 people to large groups of 56 people. Just call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 to reserve yours today.
Hudson is the county seat of Columbia County and has a population of close to 6,800 people. Visitors are often drawn to its history. Hudson is home to 300 historic buildings, helping you appreciate the varied architecture and designs from Federal buildings to arts and crafts houses. Some of the significant historic buildings and sites here include:
What's more, you can take your bus charter in Hudson and tour the historic streets. The city has 10 miles of history on its streets. Go down Warren St. and see the General Worth Hotel. Or see the places where the 1959 film "Odds against Tomorrow" was filmed, as well as other places such as the State Training School for Girls, the Sanford family home, and the Cedar Park Cemetery.
Arts and culture. Hudson has several performance spaces and art galleries that range from dedicated venues to restaurants having an open stage. Check out American Glory, Basilica Hudson, Club Helsinki Hudson, Musica, Space 360, Stagework, the Spotty Dog Books & Ale and the Time & Space Limited. There are also art galleries that you could visit to view the works of contemporary artists.
You could go on an art trail and see the many beautiful places that have inspired Hudson's greatest artists, including Frederic Church, Thomas Cole, Sanford Gifford, Jasper Cropsey, and Asher B. Durand.
You should also check out the Robert Jenkins House where you could learn about the city's whaling past, Museum of the Imagination, and FASNY's Fire Museum of Firefighting, where you could find great artifacts such as firefighting equipment, memorabilia and gear.
Outdoors. One of the best places to hike, ski and walk in Hudson is the Olana, the house of noted painter Frederic Church. You should also see the Hudson-Athens Lighthouse, a working lighthouse that you can tour on specific dates. Further, you should visit the scenic waterfront and Promenade Hill.
Shopping and dining. Hudson has more than four dozen antique shops for you to choose from. Antique shops saved Hudson from oblivion, from being almost a ghost town, it became a bustling antique haven. So why not check out the antique stores that dot the city. If you are in town from March through April, be sure to check out the Indoor Spring Market that opens on Union Street for the freshest produce, flowers, eggs, breads and other products.
So be sure to get on a bus charter in Hudson, NY and see the city!
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