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There is so much to do in New York State. New York City of course offers endless opportunities for fun and adventure, but the state also has mountains, lakes, and strong ties to history to explore. Here is the ultimate guide to the 100 best things to do in New York.
Sunset Cove is a beautiful, unique restaurant overlooking the Hudson River. Their indoor dining room is exquisite, but the outdoor dining area and tiki bar are not to be missed. Have a delicious meal here and enjoy the stunning view.
New York’s oldest tavern with historical ties to Benedict Arnold and Major John Andre, the 76 Tavern is a must when in New York. It’s been preserved and restored with respect to its historical ties. The offer a mix of food paying tribute to the history of the place as well as new, contemporary options. Have a meal and some drinks here and you surely won’t regret it.
Their mission is to build a food system that is both healthy and sustainable. They accomplish this by educating farmers and students alike. They have a lot of workshops and programs, including a young farmer’s conference and a summer camp for kids. Plan ahead and see what they have planned, but you could easily spend 2 hours here learning about the importance of farming.
The Kensico Dam was completed in 1917 and now the surrounding area is a lush, green park where concerts, heritage celebrations, fitness classes, and more take place. You can come to the park and enjoy an afternoon of picnicking, walking, and enjoying nature.
A restaurant inside an historic train station, Valhalla Crossing is an intimate restaurant and a great pace to spend the evening after exploring the attractions around Valhalla. They have a menu offering comfort food and a bar where you can unwind.