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Newburgh NY just across the river bridge from Beacon is undergoing a long overdue and exciting resurgence.
   Where Is It?
   Highlights
Stroll the Art Fair at the Waterfront
Beacon Newburgh Water Taxi offers services From Noon to 7:30 pm from June 23rd to October 8th.
There are two paddle wheel cruise boats that offer dinner cruises and various entertainment packages that operate out of the pier in Newburgh, Hudson Cruises & River Rose.

Washington's Headquarters offers spoken tours: 845 562-1195

Kayak Newburgh's waterfront area

One of many historic buildings
The resurgence is in full swing
A new Gallery scene is on the verge

Newburgh Symphony Orchestra
845-625-0625

 
 

The monument at Washington's headquarters overlooks the banks of the Hudson in Newburgh

One of the busiest spots in Newburgh is at the new Waterfront, where there are a half dozen brand new restaurants, bistros and cafes. There are also two paddlewheel boats that dock in Newburgh that offer everything from sightseeing to weddings.

 
For boating, jetskiing or even kayaking, the Waterfront offers it all in summer time.
Grand old boulevard in downtown Newburgh reveals an epic view of the Hudson River with Mt. Beacon straight across the river in the background.
The city is truly in a renaissance with all of its stately old buildings, parks and cathedrals and should be called New Newburgh. Starting out In the 19th century, Newburgh was as a cornerstone of the Hudson River Valley, a place where shipping, commerce, architecure, culture and the arts all flourished.
Drive through almost any area of downtown and you will find row after row of beautiful historical buildings from Victorian Revival, Federal Style row houses, Roman, Gothic, Italianate to elaborate brick, stone and brownstone masterpieces, many in renovation, many inviting renovation.

The city of Newburgh is host to an abundance of interesting architecture including the newly restored Dutch Reform Church which stands as one of the most impressive examples of Greek Revival architecture in the Hudson Valley. Newburgh Preservation Association.

The Newburgh Arts Council
is a newly formed to further and enrich the greater Newburgh area with arts and arts programs and includes River Arts Walk, The Newburgh Sculpture Project and nearby Storm King Art Center.





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