New York
Exploring The Historic Hudson River Valley: A Landscape That Defined America
The Hudson River Valley has inspired the likes of Rockwell, Roosevelt and Washington Irving. Come find your own inspiration as you learn the story of this uniquely American landscape.
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Program No. 20509RJ
6 days
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At a Glance

The Hudson River Valley has been called the landscape that defined America. Join us to explore its nationally significant cultural and historic heritage with expert background presentations and field trips to iconic sites such as New Paltz’s historic Huguenot Street, one of the nation’s oldest, featuring seven unique stone houses dating to the early 1700s, a burial ground and a reconstructed 1717 stone church.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Enjoy an afternoon study cruise on the majestic Hudson amid splendid scenery to gain perspectives on the important role of the river.
  • On some dates, explore West Point, the beautiful Boscobel Mansion on the banks of the Hudson River and Washington's final Revolutionary War Headquarters in Newburgh.
  • On other dates, spend a day exploring the Mohonk Mountain House, the oldest Jewish residence in North America and Washington’s final Revolutionary War Headquarters in Newburgh.

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