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Catskill Animal Sanctuary
Hudson Valley
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A 150-acre refuge in New York’s Hudson Valley, the animal sanctuary has seen more than 5,000 farmed animals rescued from cruelty, neglect and abandonment since 2001.
Forsyth Nature Center
Hudson Valley
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This outdoor learning center offers more than 24 native, exotic and domestic animal exhibits, 12 beautiful gardens and a duck pond and a native pond ...
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
Hudson Valley
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An archive as well as a museum, this the first presidential library in the United States and is the only one used by a sitting president – FDR served from 1933-1945.
Hudson River Maritime Museum
Hudson Valley
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This waterfront museum features rotating exhibits along with a fleet of small boats, including an 1898 steam tugboat, and an extensive gift shop.
Mid-Hudson Children's Museum
Hudson Valley
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Located in the heart of the historic waterfront, the museum offers five exhibit galleries and a outdoor children’s garden focusing on early learning, science, literacy, math, art, music and community.
Explore the Greenburgh Nature Center and See the Replica of a Native American Village
Hudson Valley
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The Greenburgh Nature Center has nature trails, live animals, and replica of a 6,000 year old Native American village.
West Point Foundry Preserve
Hudson Valley
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Follow the trails to explore one of America’s most important industrial sites of the Industrial Revolution and the Civil War at this “outdoor museum...”