Local Attraction Near Superlodge Kingston New York Hotel

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Reserve your room at Super Lodge Hotel Motel in Kingston, NY and enjoy its untouched natural surroundings and visit some of the most famous tourist attractions nearby. Kingston is one of the most exotic places located in Hudson Valley. The city is bustling and rollicking and the residents here are really cheerful and welcoming. They would extend help to all the tourists and travelers who have come to spend their vacation from all over the world. As Kingston is a famous tourist destination in United States, there are several visitors who keep flocking the city. For avid vacationers, desiring for relaxing holiday, the city would an ideal destination. Here, they can find wonderful places to visit and enjoy.


Woodstock

Woodstock Peace and creative expression are synonyms with Woodstock. A community dedicated to finding the solution for various social and environmental issues, Woodstock believes in the power of individuals. Everything from human rights, free trade and humane business practices to awareness about environmental issues are included in the principles of Woodstock community. More Detail



Hits Horse Show

Hits Horse Show Home of world class circuits and biggest producer of horse shows, HITS is a renowned name in the field of horse racing. Based in New York, these circuits have become a major attraction. Famous for its fines facilities and professional organizational skills, Hits Horse Show is the most awaited horse racing event. More Detail




Walkway over Hudson

Walkway Over Hudson Built over the picturesque location of Hudson Valley, Walkway over Hudson has become a very popular tourist spot. At the height of 212 feet, it is the longest (1.28) elevated pedestrian bridge in the whole world. This bridge is open all the year-round and can make your trip to Hudson State Park more enjoyable. More Detail




Kingston Light house

Enjoy the beautiful and captivating view of Hudson River from the platform of Kingston Light House. Also famous as Rondout Lighthouse, it was finished in 1915. Made of bricks, this historical lighthouse still holds the same old world charm which is clearly evident in its wooden furnishings and other exhibits. More Detail




Garlic festival

Garlic Festival Held in the month of September, the Garlic Festival of Hudson Valley has become a popular event. This festival was first organized in 1989 and till now it is celebrated to make people aware about the life sustaining benefits of garlic. Locals enjoy this fun filled festival with food, music and dance. More Detail





Dutchess County Fair Ground

Dutchess County Fair Ground This local fair, which is celebrated for six days, has become a famous festival for locals and tourists alike. An agricultural society was formed in 1842, for the improvement of agriculture, domestic produce and locally manufactured items. Car shows, craft shows, antique shows, food festivals and other events are organized in this fair. More Detail



Hudson River Cruises

Hudson River Cruises Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Hudson River on a cruise. The Hudson River Cruises, which are operated from the historic towns of River Hudson, are an ideal way to explore the captivating charm of this river. Sightseeing and music events are some of the activities that you can enjoy during your cruise. More Detail




Lukanoos Family Fun Center

Lukanoos Family Fun Center Lukanoos Family Fun Center is a perfect way to make your celebrations more pleasurable. With so many adventurous and fun activities to choose from, like miniature golf, arcade, go-kart rides, you can spend a very enjoyable time with your family and kids.You can also organize birthday parties for your kids at the center.    More Detail

 



Historic sites

Hudson River Maritime Museum: Hudson River Maritime Museum is the only museum in New York, which has preserved the maritime history of Hudson River in the form of photographs, prints, vessel blueprints and paintings.

Old Dutch Church & Museum: The oldest institution of the city, this Dutch Church is located in the Uptown Kingston. This church is also the site of the grave of first governor of New York, George Clinton.

Senate House: A historical house built in 1680, Senate House, tells the 200 year old history of Hudson Valley. This house has some of the most famous artworks of renowned artists, like James Bard, John Vanderlyn and Joseph Tubby.

Volunteer Fireman's Hall & Museum of Kingston: This museum is a prominent part of the history of Kingston. Built in 1857, this Volunteer Fireman's Hall & Museum features the apparatus used by firefighters, like a steamer of 1898, along with other antique artifacts.