Home — Getting to the Hudson Valley
Summary

Getting to the Hudson Valley has never been easier, even if you don't have a car! You can get here by train, bus, plane and even by ferries on the river itself!

Which mode of transportation you take depends on where you want to get to. Here are the "general rules" you should consider:

  1. Flying into the Valley is simple. Albany International Airport services the northern sections of the Valley, Stewart International Airport services the Middle Valley and Westchester County Airport services Westchester County. Alternatively, you can fly into JFK or LaGuardia in New York City or Newark in New Jersey and easily make your connections into the Valley.
  2. If you are making a trip into Westchester, Putnam or sections of Dutchess Counties, Metro-North commuter railroad provides extensive service.
  3. New Jersey Transit can get you into Orange County, including Harriman State Park.
  4. If your destination is the Catskills, then take Adirondack Trailways out of the Port Authority in New York City.
  5. Want a simple day trip? Check out the NY Waterway schedule of ferry trips up to many of the attractions in Westchester.
  6. Looking for inland day trips and packaged overnight stays? Shortline-CoachUSA has an extensive selection to choose from.
  7. Amtrak provides quick service between New York City and several of the larger destination cities that line the east bank of the Hudson, including Poughkeepsie and Hudson.
  8. Hikers and bikers should investigate Metro-North as they have a special program allowing you to bring your bike onto the train, with advance permission. All through the Historic Rivertowns of Westchester and Hudson Highlands regions just about any stop will bring you to within minutes of great hiking.
  9. One of the best hiking destinations is Harriman State Park, accessible via New Jersey Transit trains; Sloatsburg, Tuxedo & Harriman Stations.
  10. A great day trip destination at any time of year is Bear Mountain State Park via Shortline. Endless hiking, ice skating, amusements and picnicking opportunities abound.

Getting to the information on how and where can be a little difficult. So we've tried to collect as much of the important data as we could for you here. Just click on the link below to see the various sections explaining hot to get into this most marvelous of places, the Hudson Valley.

By Train
Amtrak

Whether it's a sleek Acela Express running wind sprints on the Northeast Corridor or a majestic Superliner winding its way through a mountain pass, Amtrak trains are ready!

Amtrak Website


Adirondak
New York, NY to Montreal, Quebec
Train Status — PDF Schedule

The Adirondack travels from New York City through the lush wine country of the Hudson Valley and brings you to Montreal in time for dinner. For 50 miles or so, the train hugs the scenic western shoreline of Lake Champlain, a year-round fishing and boating paradise, and a particularly dramatic sight during fall foliage season.

Hit the slopes with our seasonal Thruway motorcoach connections to Lake Placid. At the end of the line is Montreal — a distinctive, Parisian-style city that's yours to explore.

Stations Serviced:
Yonkers, NY
Croton - Harmon, NY
Poughkeepsie, NY
Rhinecliff - Kingston, NY
Hudson, NY
Albany - Rensselaer, NY

Accommodations:
Lounge Car, Reserved Coach

Frequency:
Daily

Empire Service
New York, NY to Niagra Falls, NY
Train Status — PDF Schedule
From the man-made canyons of mid-town Manhattan to the spectacular majesty of Niagara Falls, Amtrak's Empire Service is the comfortable way to discover the Empire State. With frequent trains between The City and Albany and others that continue all the way to Toronto, business travel has never been easier or more productive, either.

You can do almost anything in New York City, but when it's time to get out in the country, head north to the Hudson River Valley for a vacation in the wine country. Take the Empire Service to the Finger Lakes region or continue all the way to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Or go all the way to another country, to the cosmopolitan city of Toronto, by boarding the Maple Leaf in Niagara Falls, New York.

Stations Serviced:
Yonkers, NY
Croton - Harmon, NY
Poughkeepsie, NY
Rhinecliff - Kingston, NY
Hudson, NY
Albany - Rensselaer, NY

Accommodations:
Cafe Car, Business Class, Reserved Coach

Ethan Allen Express
New York, NY to Rutland, VT
Train Status
Miles of wilderness, the scenic Hudson River Valley, fields of wildflowers in summer, fabulous fall foliage and, when winter comes, top-notch skiing. Amtrak takes you to all the outdoor adventures of upstate New York and Vermont aboard the Ethan Allen Express. We have easy motorcoach connections to Killington and Okemo in the Green Mountains. Maybe you're geared for hiking and biking, or the spectacle of fall foliage. We'll make you comfortable, tempt your appetite with regional specialties and quench your thirst with microbrews. Whatever your idea of outdoor fun, let Amtrak get you relaxed and ready for action!

The Ethan Allen Express is financed and operated in partnership with the State of Vermont.

Stations Serviced:
Yonkers, NY
Croton - Harmon, NY
Poughkeepsie, NY
Rhinecliff - Kingston, NY
Hudson, NY
Albany - Rensselaer, NY

Accommodations:
Cafe Car, Business Class, Reserved Coach

Frequency:
Daily

Amenities:
Sandwiches, snacks, drinks in the Cafe Car, bicycle rack available

Maple Leaf
New York, NY to Toronto, Ontario
Train Status — PDF Schedule

Amtrak invites you to go international on board the Maple Leaf. We'll take you from New York City to Canada's equally urbane city, Toronto. It's a cosmopolitan journey that will reward you with rich cultural diversity at either end, and treat you to the serene beauty of upstate New York (especially vibrant in the fall). Along the way, you'll travel through the beautiful Hudson River Valley, New York's wine country, the incredible gorges of the Finger Lakes region, and the dramatic spectacle of Niagara Falls, which has drawn honeymooners for generations, and on to Canada's largest metropolitan city - Toronto. We'll do everything we can to make your on-board time a pleasant preparation for the excitement of shopping, dining, sports events or cultural attractions you're looking forward to in your destination city. The key word: enjoy!

Stations Serviced:
Yonkers, NY
Croton - Harmon, NY
Poughkeepsie, NY
Rhinecliff - Kingston, NY
Hudson, NY
Albany - Rensselaer, NY

Accommodations:
Cafe Car, Lounge Car, Business Class, Reserved Coach

Frequency:
Daily

Amenities:
Sandwiches, snacks, drinks in the Cafe Car; Railfone

Metro-North

Metro North & New Jersey Transit provide commuter train service into the Hudson Valley via their Hudson, Harlem, New Haven, Bergen County and Passaic Valley Lines. Click the lines for detailed schedules:

Hudson River Line
Harlem Valley Line
New Haven Line
Port Jervis Line
Passaic Valley Line

MTA offers service that can take you nearly to the doorsteps of many of the lower Hudson Valley's most popular attractions and outdoor opportunties. Take the Hudson Line to Yonkers and walk across the street to Phillipsburg Manor Hall and the Yonkers Pier and waterfront. Catch the Hudson Line train to Beacon and take the short pleasant trail down to Dia:Beacon, one of the most spectracular museums in the country. Get onboard the Hudson Line train to Poughkeepsie, transfer to Dutchess County's LOOP bus and visit the Great Estates in Hyde Park, or savor lunch at the Culinary Institute of America.

Or take the Hudson River Line and get off anywhere from Yonkers up to Peekskill and explore the Historic Rivertowns of Westchester. The great estate of Lyndhurst, the epitomy of romantic architecture in Sleepy Hollow and home of Washington Riving, Sunnyside, Philips Manor and Kykuit are just a few of the spectacular destinations awaiting you. Or walk the unique Croton Aqueduct State Park, a linear park developed for easy walking atop the Croton Aqueduct. Easily accessible from any of the train stops in the Historic Rivertowns section, you can walk the trail, wander off it for a snack or some quick shopping, and then dart down at the next train station and travel back. Easy on and exceptionally easy off. Don't want to walk? Bring your bike instead!

On the Harlem Line, enjoy a leisurely trip up to Harlem Valley and walk the family friendly Harlem Valley Rail Trail. Or take it to the Appalachian Trail stop and start a multi-day trek in either direction. Stop in Southeast and explore the fascinating Southeast Museum or stop in Katonah and spend a leisurely afternoon at an outdoor cafe and browsing some spectacular shops.

On the Port Jervis Line, stop at Harriman, Sloatsburg or Tuxedo and catch a cab into the splendid Harriman and Bear Mountain State Parks where you can hike, (from the train stations themselves), swim, ice skate and visit Revolutionary War sites. Or shop till you drop by taking the train to Harriman and then jumping aboard the trolly to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets! Wander the 220 designer apparel and brand-name outlets in a colonial-American village setting and offering everyday savings of 25% - 65%. You can stop at AX Armani Exchange, Banana Republic Factory Store, Barneys New York Outlet, Coach, Gap Outlet, J. Crew, Jones New York, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Versace, Kenneth Cole, Via Spiga & Co, Wolford, OshKosh B' Gosh, Royal Doulton, Waterford, Wedgwood, Williams Sonoma Marketplace, and many more.

Take a train up to Tarrytown, transfer to one of the TappanZeeExpress connection busses and you can quickly be in downtown Nyack, one of the most picturesque villages on the river. Stroll the pleasant streets, sit at an outdoor cafe, attend a performance at the Helen Hayes Theater or enjoy the breezes off the river along the bank.

Jump onboard the New Haven line and get off in Rye. From there it's just a short walk down to Rye Playland! Take the kids, scream on the rides, swim at the beach and walk the nature preserve.

For detailed information on the stations and ammenities available at each, click the appropriate station below:

Hudson River Line Harlem Valley Line Port Jervis Line
Poughkeepsie
New Hamburg
Beacon
Breakneck Ridge
Cold Spring
Garrison
Manitou
Peekskill
Cortlandt
Croton-Harmon
Ossining
Scarborough
Philipse Manor
Tarrytown
Irvington
Ardsley
Dobbs Ferry
Hastings
Greystone
Glenwood
Yonkers
Wassaic
Ten Mile River
Dover Plains
Harlem Valley
Appalachian Trail
Pawling
Patterson
Southeast
Brewster
Croton Falls
Purdy's
Golden's Bridge
Katonah
Bedford Hills
Mount Kisco
Chappaqua
Plesantville
Hawthorne
Mount Pleasant
Valhalla
N. White Plains
White Plains
Hartsdale
Scarsdale
Crestwood
Tuckahoe
Bronxville
Fleetwood
Mount Vernon
Port Jervis
Otisville
Middletown
Campbell Hall
Salisbury Mills
Harriman
Tuxedo
Sloatsburg
Suffern
Passaic Valley Line
Spring Valley
Nanuet
Pearl River
New Haven Line
Port Chester
Rye
Harrison
Mamaroneck
Larchmont
New Rochelle
Pelham
Mount Vernon

Hiking Access via the rails

These are the best access points for taking the train for a day of hiking in the Hudson Valley:

  • Hudson River Line from Grand Central Terminal
    • Take train to any stop between Yonkers and Croton-Harmon. Head east to the linear Croton Aqueduct State Park. The trail atop the Croton Aqueduct provides easy access to all of the many small towns and villages along the eastern shore of the Tappan Zee.
    • Take train to Croton, head east to Croton Point Park. Walk the trails in the park down to the swimming beach and out onto the peninsula.
    • Carefully check the schedule and take a train to Manitou Station, located about 1 mile north of the Bear Mountain bridge. From here you can hike Anthony's Nose or other trails in the Hudson Highlands State Park. Or hike south on the Appalachian Trail, across the Bear Mountain Bridge to Bear Mountain State Park. If you do, you will be hiking the first mile of the Appalachian Trail developed.
    • Carefully check the schedule and take a train to Breakneck Ridge, most trains do not stop at this station. From here you can access the many miles of developed trails in the Hudson Highlands State Park. Make sure to find the pedestrian overpass out to the lookout point for Bannerman's Castle. And another excellent destination is Little Stony Point, a small peninsula and protected area with developed trails. Very popular on summer weekends.
    • Take train to Philipse Manor and walk east to the Rockefeller Preserve. Here you will find miles of developed trails through woodlands and hills providing spectacular views.
    • Take train to Beacon. Look up and to the east at Mount Beacon where you will find miles of devleoped trails in sections of the Hudson Highlands State Park and several conservation areas protecting the ridge.
  • Harlem Valley Line from Grand Central Terminal
    • Take train to Wassaic where you can access the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. The trail offers bikers, walkers, runners, rollerbladers, cross-country skiers, and those looking for a day in the country an opportunity to discover and enjoy the magnificent scenery of Dutchess and Columbia counties. The trailhead begins in Amenia, just 3 miles from Metro-North's Wassaic Station.
    • Carefully check the schedule and take a train to the Appalachian Trail stop, most trains do not stop at this location. From here you can hike the trail north to Maine or south to Georgia.
  • Port Jervis Line from Hoboken Station
    • Take the train to Port Jervis and hike the trails that follow the banks of the Delaware River north and south.
    • Take the train to Sloatsburg, Tuxedo or Harriman and immediately access any of the dozens of trails in Harriman State Park.

Metro-North Commuter Railroad Company Bicycle Permit Regulations

Under certain conditions, Metro-North allows passengers to travel with bicycles. A bicycle is a single-seat, human powered, two wheeled vehicle with a wheel diameter not in excess of 27 inches. This does not included mopeds, mini-bikes, motorbikes or motor scooters.

To travel with a bike, you must first acquire a permit, you can do so by just clicking HERE.

Customers wanting to travel with a bike are required to travel with their permit. You can travel on trains along the following schedule:

  • Weekdays
    • Outbound from Grand Central Terminal - Bicycles will not be permitted on trains scheduled to depart from Grand Central Terminal between 7 AM and 9 AM, 3:01 PM and 8:15 and connecting trains. On the Friday after Thanksgiving and the week between Christmas and New Year's Day, bicycles will not be permitted on trains scheduled to depart from Grand Central Terminal between 7 AM and 12 Noon and 3 PM and 8:30 PM and connecting trains.
    • Inbound to Grand Central Terminal - Bicycles will not be permitted on trains scheduled to arrive in Grand Central Terminal between 5 AM and 10 AM, 4 PM and 8 PM, and connecting trains. On the Friday after Thanksgiving and the week between Christmas and New Year's Day bicycles will not be permitted on trains scheduled to arrive in Grand Central Terminal between 5:00 AM and 12 noon, 4 PM and 8:00 PM, and connecting trains.
  • Holidays and Holiday Eves - No bicycles will be carried on New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Mother's Day. Eve of Rosh Hashanah, Eve of Yom Kippur, Eve of Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day. In addition, no bicycles will be permitted on trains scheduled to depart Grand Central Terminal between 12 noon and 8:30 PM on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, the day or weekend before Independence Day, and the Friday before Labor day Weekend, including connecting trains.
  • Additional Restrictions - Metro-North reserves the right to designate additional trains where bicycles will not be permitted. In addition, train crews may bar bicycles from trains if the bicycles cannot be carried because of conditions which interfere with the safety and comfort of other customers, including occasions of heavy ridership or equipment shortages. Consequently, the carriage of bicycles on a given train or for a continuous journey on connecting trains cannot be guaranteed.
  • Occupancy Limitations
    • On weekdays two (2) bicycles will be permitted per car with a maximum of four (4) bicycles per train. Bicycles shall be placed in the two rear cars of inbound trains or the two front cars of outbound trains unless otherwise directed by train crew. Groups of more than four (4) bicyclists traveling together must make advance arrangements with Metro-North for carriage.
    • On weekends the maximum number of bicycles permitted on trains is eight (8). In addition, on weekends certain trains are designated as "Bicycle Trains" and noted in the timetable with a bicycle symbol, these trains may carry more than the permitted number of bicycles.
  • Bicycle storage - Bicycles will be secured in areas designated by the train crew. Bicycle will remain in the custody of the bicyclists, who will be responsible for their safe keeping and will secure the bicycles so that they do not pose a hazard to other customers.
  • Bicyclists must obey the following rules:
    • Bicycle riding on platforms or in other station areas is prohibited.
    • Bicycles are not to be taken on escalators.
    • All protruding objects or sharp edges must be removed from bicycles.
    • Bicyclists must stay with their bicycles and move them, if necessary, to permit mobility of other customers.
    • Bicyclists may board trains only after all other customers have boarded.
    • Bicyclist will comply with instructions from train crew members, Metro-North supervisors, and police.
  • Liability - A permit holder will assume all liability for any damage or injury to persons or property resulting from or in connection with the carriage of the permit holder's bicycle on Metro-North trains, or at or near any facility used in connection with Metro-North rail services.
  • For west of Hudson service New Jersey Transit (NJT), permit rules apply and a separate NJT permit is required.
By Air
The Hudson Valey is serviced by 6 major commercial airports and dozens of small general aviation airports. The three largest commercial airports are JFK & Laguardia in New York City and Newark's Liberty International in New Jersey. Within the Valley, our three commercial airports are:
Stewart International Airport

Constantly growing!

We are proud to be affiliated with a number of nationally recognized carriers as well as regional providers, giving you the choice of popular business or leisure destinations. With ample parking spaces, Stewart International Airport is ready to accommodate travelers in our safe, secured, and well-lit parking lots that are in close proximity to the terminal.

American Eagle traveling through Chicago, General Reservations 800 433 7300

Comair/Delta Connection traveling through Cincinnati, General Reservations 800 354 9822

Northwest Airlines traveling through Detroit, General Reservations 800 225 2525

Southeast Airlines traveling to Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando/Sanford,
and St. Petersburg/Clearwater, General Reservations 800 359 7325

TransMeridian Airlines traveling to Las Vegas, General Reservations 866 435 9862

USAirways Express traveling through Philadelphia, General Reservations 800 428 4322

Departure Information  •  Arrival Information

Westchester County Airport
Airlines Destination & Traveling Through Telephone Number
Air Canada Toronto, Canada
Air Canada Route Map
(888)247-2262
American Chicago, IL (O'Hare International)
Rochester, MN
American Airlines System Map
(800)433-7300
 Delta Atlanta, GA
Cincinnati, OH
(800)221-1212
Continental Cleveland, OH
Newark, NJ
Albany, NY
Baltimore, MD
Rochester, NY
Boston, MA
Lexington, KY
Philadelphia, PA
(800)525-0280
Northwest Detroit, MI
Lansing, MI
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Duluth, Minnesota
(800)225-2525
Pan Am Airlines
Boston-Maine Airways
Portsmouth New Hampshire and Martha's Vineyard (800)359-7262
United Chicago, IL (O'Hare International)
Washington, DC (Dulles International)
(800)241-6522
(800)246-6522
USAirways Boston, MA
Philadelphia, PA
Pittsburgh, PA
Washington, DC (National Airport)
(800)428-4322

Westchester County Airport was originally built as a defense satellite base for New York City. Shortly following WWII, the Airport became home for an Air National Guard Unit and in 1947, airlines began the first scheduled commercial service from White Plains.

Today, the Airport has earned its reputation among General Aviation Airports and is noted as having one of the largest based corporate fleet in the United States. The 700 acre facility has two intersecting runways, the longest 6,550 ft. The Airport serves several commercial service operators and over 400 based aircraft, including helicopters.

Passengers from New York and Connecticut frequent the Airport for its non-stop commercial services to 10 major cities. Recently, Westchester County Airport enplaned and deplaned over 1 million passengers annually.

Parking Fees:
$2.40 per half hour
$18.60 daily maximum for a 24 hour period

Westchester County Airport garage is opened 24 hours a day to assist security operations. Public parking is limited and may not always be available. Passengers are strongly advised to arrange to be dropped off and picked up. When dropping off or picking up passengers, the vehicle operator must remain with the vehicle at all times.

Arrival & Departure Status

Albany International Airport

New York State's
Capital Region Gateway

As the major air center for the Capital Region, Northeastern New York and Western New England, the Albany International Airport offers a wide-range of facilities and services. A recently completed multi-million dollar capital redevelopment project included a new 230,000 square foot terminal, parking garage, Air Traffic Control Tower, and cargo facility. The airport has also embarked on a five-year $232 million Capital Plan to improve and maintain safety and to meet the needs of air travelers and air carriers well into the 21st Century.

The new 230,000 square foot Albany International Airport Terminal opened on June 1, 1998, four months ahead of schedule. The Grand Opening brought between 75,000 and 100,000 visitors to the airport for the three-day gala celebration that included a black-tie formal held throughout the Terminal.

Arriving and departing passengers can exit their vehicles curb-side at the terminal under the protection of a glass canopy. Those choosing to park their vehicles can select from a parking garage that connects directly to the second floor of the terminal, or from various ground lots.

The terminal was designed to reflect the Capital Region's rich Dutch and Shaker heritage. Varying shades of brick reminiscent of designs used by early Dutch settlers were used to cover the 500 foot long inside and outside walls of the terminal. Large, round windows and sky lights provide a bright environment. Our Shaker heritage is most evident in the liberal use of fine grain woods that provide warmth to the two-story tall ticketing area. Sugar maple, the New York State tree was employed with the use of accents in American cherry. The Shaker wood motif expands to include display areas that showcase the region's culture, economy and environment. Opposite the displays, a glass wall allows floor-to-ceiling views of aircraft.

The new terminal with three concourses is designed to accommodate three-million passengers a year. Ticket counters are conveniently located next to an escalator and elevator to provide quick access to boarding gates located on the second level. Three security checkpoints offer immediate screening of passengers and guests. The terminal's Baggage Claim area also exhibits the intricate brick designs with sugar maple and cherry accents. Three, high-speed baggage belts provide passengers with easy and convenient access to incoming luggage. Rental car offices are located within the baggage claim area. Airport Parking Shuttles, Taxi, hotel shuttle and limousine services are available within steps of baggage claim.

A curved observation deck located on the terminal's third level offers passengers and visiting an exciting view of the airport's runways, taxi ways and FAA Control Tower. Loudspeakers allow visitors to the observation deck to listen in on conversations between the aircraft flight crews and air traffic controllers.

The airport is easily accessible from major roads and Interstates 87, 88 and 90. Albany International Airport offers a wide variety of convenient and economical parking locations. Each parking location is easily accessible to the Airport terminal.

The short-term lot allows those arriving for flights, dropping off or greeting passengers to park FREE for the first 30 minutes. Emergency phones are located throughout the garage and an attendant is on duty 24 hours a day in the Toll Plaza to help or summon assistance should you have a parking or vehicle-related problem.

Our long-term and short-term surface parking lots offer convenience and pricing alternatives that will fit the needs of all travelers. A covered walkway from the ground lots to the terminal provides protection from the elements.

A new, five-story, 2400 car parking garage provides covered long and short-term parking and a heated pedestrian bridge takes travelers directly to the security checkpoint in the terminal. Escalators and elevators lead to ticketing and baggage claim.

DISABLED:
Customers with disabilities can take advantage of the lowest Airport daily parking rate in the short-term lot with the appropriate permit displayed. Official disabled license plates or a permit must be prominently displayed.

A new toll plaza and exit ramps provide easy access to airport exit roads and a quick return to the terminal pick-up zone.

SHUTTLE SERVICE:
Airport Shuttle Buses provide FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE to and from Economy Surface Lots directly to the front of the Terminal.

Click here to check on Arrivals & Departures

Airlines
Air Canada 888 247-2262
American Eagle 800 433-7300
Continental Connection 800 525-0280
Continental Express 800 525-0280
Delta Airlines 800 221-1212
Northwest Airlines Domestic: 800 225-2525
Int'l: 800 447-447
Southwest Airlines 800 435-9792
United Airlines 800 241-6522
US Airways 800 428-4322
US Airways Express 800 428-4322
Major Carrier/Commuter Airline Service
Carrier Jet Airline Service Non-Stop Service One-Stop, Same Plane Service
American Eagle Chicago (ORD)  
Continental Express Cleveland (CLE)
NY-Newark (EWR)
Greensboro (GSO)
Minneapolis (MSP)
Louisville (SDF)
Delta Atlanta (ATL)
Cincinnati (CVG)
Omaha (OMA)
Tampa (TPA)
West Palm Beech (PBI)
Delta Connection/Commair Cincinnati (CVG)  
Northwest Detroit (DTW)
Austin (AUS)
Cleveland (CLE)
Chicago Midway (MDW)
Northwest Airlink/Pinnacle Minneapolis (MSP)  
Southwest Baltimore (BWI)
Las Vegas (LAS)
Orlando (MCO)

Austin (AUS)
Chicago-Midway (MDW)
Louisville (SDF)
Nashville (BNA)
Norfolk (ORF)
Orlando (MCO)
Reno (RNO)
Tampa (TPA)

United Chicago (ORD) Portland (PDX)
Oakland (OAK)

United Express
- Atlantic Coast


Chicago (ORD)
Washington Dulles (IAD)
 
US Airways Charlotte (CLT)
Philadelphia (PHL)
Pittsburgh (PIT)

Chicago (ORD)
Ft. Meyers (RSW)
Greensboro (GSO)
Houston (IAH)
Indianopils (IND)
Nashville (BNA)

US Airways Express
- Chautauqua


Washington National (DCA)  
Commuter Airline Service
Carrier Non-Stop Service One-Stop, Same Plane Service
Air Canada Toronto (YYZ)  
Continental Connection
- Commutair
Allentown/Bethlehem (ABE)
Bangor (BGR)
Boston (BOS)
Buffalo (BUF)
Burlington (BTV)
Elmira/Corning (ELM)
Harrisburg (MDT)
Hartford (MDT)
Islip (ISP)
Manchester (MHT)
Montreal (YUL)
Ottawa (YOW)
Portland (PWM)
Providence (PVD)
Rochester (ROC)
Saranac Lake (SLK)
Syracuse (SYR)
Westchester (HPN)

Baltimore (BWI)
Plattsburgh (PLB)
Westchester (HPN)
Wilkes-Barre-Scranton (AVP)

US Airways Express
- Allegheny
Buffalo (BUF)
Washington National (DCA)
 
- Colgan

Buffalo (BUF)
Islip (ISP)
NY - LaGuardia (LGA)

 
This information was valid as of August 20, 2003 and is subject to change. (Source: Official Airline Guide)
Inter-City Bus Service
Shortline-CoachUSA

Shortline-CoachUSA
4 Leisure Lane
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430
(800) 631-8405
Voice: (212) 736-4700
Fax: (201) 529-0221

Shortline provides regular commuter service between New York City and several locations in the Hudson Valley. For information on these services, click the link above, (company name), and review their on-line presentations.

Of more interest are the regularily scheduled Hudson Valley Day Trips & Overnight Excursion Packages that Shortline-CoachUSA provides!

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets Day-Trip & Overnight Package
Visit the world's largest outlet center with 220 stores offering everyday savings of 25% to 65%

$35 adult | $17.50 child

Your trip includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • VIP discount coupon book worth hundreds of dollars of additional savings at selected stores.
  • Lunch and Dinner discounts

With 220 stores Woodbury Common Premium Outlets offers the world's largest collection of upscale designer apparel and name-brand outlets with everyday savings of 25% to 65%. Featuring Off 5th Avenue Outlet, Escada, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Salvatore Ferragamo, Banana Republic Factory Store, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Donna Karan, Gap Outlet, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, J. Crew, Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole, Max Mara, Nike Factory Store, The North Face, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Timberland, Williams-Sonoma Outlet and much more.

In just an hour, arrive at the ShortLine bus stop in Woodbury Common (all return buses to New York City at this location). Follow signs to the Information Center in the Tower Building where you exchange your voucher for a VIP discount coupon bookworth additional savings.

Overnight Package

$104.99 per person double | $177.00 per personal single
Quotes available without bus transportation

Book early for popular fall foliage packages!

Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • One-night accommodations efficiency units
  • VIP discount coupon book for Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
  • Car rental
West Point/Woodbury Common Day Trip

$38.00 adult | $19.00 child

Your Trip Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • Tour of West Point
  • 10% discount for lunch
  • Free movie at Visitor's Center
  • VIP Discount Coupon book
  • 10% discount at Gift Shop

Arrive at West Point in the morning. See the sights and depart at 1:00 p.m. from the Visitor's Center for shopping at Woodbury Common.

Daily departures from ShortLine or GrayLine, Port Authority @ 8:45 a.m.
(except May 25-29; Nov. 25; Dec. 24, 25, 31, January 1, 2000)

US Military Academy at West Point
Day Trip
$38.00 adult | $19.50 child

Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • Sightseeing tour of West Point
  • 10% discount coupon for lunch at Park Restaurant or Shades Restaurant
  • Free movie at the Visitor's Center
  • 10% discount coupon at Vasily's souvenir shop

10:27 a.m.: You will arrive at the Visitor's Center where you should go inside immediately and sign up for your tour. On your guided tour of West Point, you will learn about West Point's importance in shaping history. Walk the paths of American heroes like Generals Patton, Eisenhower, and MacArthur. Visit the beautiful and gothic Cadet Chapel, West Point Cemetery, scenic Trophy Point and Michie Stadium, home of Army Football. After your tour, enjoy lunch at either Pak or Shades restaurant. After lunch, you will have time to visit the United States Military Museum and view its vast collection of military memorabilia. Visitor's information: (914) 938-2638

Departs daily from:
GrayLine, Port Authority, 42nd St. & 8th Ave., Street Level: 8:30 a.m.
ShortLine, Port Authority, 42nd St. & 8th Ave., 3rd Floor: 8:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.

West Point Tour & Cruise Combo

$50.95 adult | $31.95 child

Includes:
All of the above plus cruise...
Cruises are available Monday - Friday and selected weekend dates. Advanced reservation is required.

Please call (800) 877-1888 for availability!

12:30 pm: After your tour of West Point concludes you will be dropped off at the West Point Docks to board your cruise. The Commander is a 1917 double deck motor vessel listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sights to see will include: Constitution Island, The romantic gorge of Storm King Mountain, Breakneck Ridge, Bennermans Island, with its ruined Scotish castle; Cold Spring Harbor and Garrison Landing. Light snacks can be purchased on board. At 2;00 pm you will be brough back to the Visitor's Center, when you will have time to explore on your own.

West Point Mini-Vacation
Hotel Thayer West Point

April thru October
$174.00 per person double | $250.95 per person single

November thru March
$150.50 per person double | $205.00 per person single

Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • Sightseeing Tour of West Point
  • breakfast, lunch or Sunday brunch
  • One-night accommodations at Thayer West Point
  • Cruise on the Hudson River
  • Dinner for 2 at main dining room (includes complimentary glass of wine)
  • Free movie at the visitors center
  • Cruise on the Hudson River (optional)

After a 26 million dollar renovation the "pride of the Hudson Highlands" The elegant Hotel Thayer is ready to serve you. Its distinctive charm and stunning setting in the Hudson Highland serve you in comfort and style. Its peaceful settings and captivating views of the Hudson River Valley take you away from daily distractions. It is particularly attractive in late fall because of the popular autumn foliage, as well as west point football games and wineries in the area. In addition to luxurious accommodations guests may enjoy golf, bowling tennis biking and jogging as well as leisurely cruises on the Hudson. Eisenhower Hall, which features Broadway style shows and international performances, is the perfect choice for evening entertainment after dinner and wine in our fine restaurant. Sample our Sunday champagne Brunch, famous throughout the Hudson Valley. For those who are inspired by history, one can actually walk where history was made as our nation was born or visit the nearby historic West Point Museum.

Storm King Art Center

Daily April 1 - Oct. 31

$41.00 adult | $22.00 child

Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • Taxi transfer to Art Center
  • Admission to Storm King

11:45 a.m.: You arrive at Friendly’s Restaurant in Vails Gate where you can have lunch, since food is not available at the Art Center, or bring a picnic! Storm King has outdoor vending machines with sodas, water, coffee and snacks. At Friendly’s, call the phone number on your ticket stub and arrange for your transfer to Storm King. One taxi transfer per person is included. 500-acre outdoor sculpture park and museum known for its harmonious yet dramatic interaction between sculpture and the surrounding landscape of the Hudson Valley. Many internationally recognized artists are represented. Docent Guided tours at 2:00 p.m. daily. Storm King: (845) 534-3115.

Departs from: ShortLine, Port Authority, 42nd St. and 8th Ave., 3rd Floor 10:00 a.m.

Return Bus Schedule: Storm King (gate at bottom of hill) lv. 4:47 daily. Arrive New York City at 6:12 p.m.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park - FDR Home & Library

$38.00 adult | $10.00 child

Daily Year Round
(Excluding Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day)

Your Trip Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • One night accommodations at inn or B&B
  • Car rental or taxi transfer
  • 10% discount on lunch at Coppola's
  • Free guide book to the area
  • 10% discount on dinner at Hyde Park Brewing Co.

11:33 a.m.: You arrive at the Village Square Country Inn. You'll be met by the rental car service at check in. Tour the F.D.R. home and museum, the Vanderbilt mansion and Montgomery place. You can also visit wineries and farm markets or go antiquing in quaint villages . Enjoy your overnight stay and continental breakfast the next morning before the bus arrives later in the day at the inn.

Vanderbilt Mansion: (914) 229-9115
FDR Museum: (800) FDR-VISIT

Departs daily from: ShortLine, Port Authority, 42nd St. & 8th Ave., 3rd Floor 8:45 a.m. 11:15 a.m.

Overnight Package

$110.00 per person double | $189.00 per person single
Quotes available without bus transportation

2 Day / Night Package Includes:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • One-night accommodations at Inn or Bed and Breakfast
  • Car rental or taxi transfer
  • One breakfast
  • Free guide book to the area
  • 10% discount on lunch at Coppola's
  • 10% discount on dinner at Hyde Park Brewing Co.
11:33 a.m.: You arrive at the Village Square Country Inn. You'll be met by the rental car service at check-in. Tour the FDR Home & Museum, the Vanderbilt Mansion, and Montgomery Place. You can also visit wineries and farm markets or go antiquing in quaint villages. Enjoy your overnight stay and continental breakfast the next morning before the bus arrives later in the day at the Inn

Departs daily year-round from: ShortLine, Port Authority, 42nd St. & 8th Ave., 3rd Floor, 8:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.

Cruise the Hudson

Reservations required. Call for availability 1-800-877-1888

$54.95 adult | $32.95 child

What you Get:

  • Round-trip bus transportation
  • Taxi transfers
  • Cruise admission
  • Full lunch at 26 Front Street

May 1 through October 31 Wednesdays & Fridays

Sails 11:00 a.m.; return 1:00 p.m.
Rain or Shine
!

What To Expect: 11:45 a.m.: Arrive at the Newburgh Transportation Center and taxi to landing for boarding. Relax and enjoy the history and scenery of the Hudson River. When you return to shore, a delicious and leisurely lunch is awaiting you at the 26 Front Street Restaurant. Call the taxi on your ticket stub for your return to the terminal. Bus departs at 4:30 P.M.

Others
Shortline has many other day trip and overnight excursions into the Hudson Valley. Check their web site for full details!
NJ Transit
NJ TRANSIT operates an extensive bus network of intra and interstate routes throughout New Jersey and into New York and Philadelphia. The system serves the region's commercial centers with commuter runs to and from Manhattan, Newark, Jersey City, Trenton, Camden, Atlantic City, and Philadelphia.

NJ TRANSIT also provides bus service to regional malls and shopping centers as well as service to entertainment areas such as Atlantic City, the Meadowlands, the Jersey shore, and Great Adventure.

As part of its bus division, NJ TRANSIT operates the Newark City Subway, a 4.3-mile light rail trolley system between the Newark-Belleville border and Newark's Central Business District. Opened in the 1930s, the system intersects with the extensive local bus network in the Newark/Essex County area. Providing 17,000 trips daily, the subway operates seven days a week with frequent weekday service every two minutes during the morning and evening rush

BUS AND RAIL SCHEDULE AND FARE INFORMATION

6:00 a.m. to midnight, daily:  
From Northern New Jersey and Mercer County (800) 772-2222
From Out of State (973) 762-5100
Text Telephone TT (800) 772-2287

6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., daily:  
From Southern New Jersey (800) 582-5946
From Philadelphia Area (215) 569-3752

Adirondack Trailways

For fare information call
1-800- 858-8555

Adirondack Trailways is a family-owned business and has been operating motorcoach service since 1926. Our success over the years is attributed to "hiring the best qualified people", says Adirondack president Eugene J. Berardi, Jr. The Company's first route was from New York City to Kingston and then expanded up Route 28 to the hamlets of Pine Hill and Fleischmanns.

Upon the opening of the New York State Thruway in 1957 the route expansion began. Expansion continued in the late 1980's to include points on Long Island and the northern towns in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State.

Today, Adirondack Trailways operates througout New York State and into Canada, including Toronto and Montreal. Our committment to good service at a fair price will continue to be the driving force of the continued success of Adirondack Trailways.

Feathred Destination - New Paltz: Trailways offers frequent departures from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st & 8th Ave. in New York City. In New Paltz our agency is located at the Trailways Terminal, Main & Prospect St. The one-way adult fare is $18.40. The round-trip adult fare is $36.75 Special same day mid-week round trip fare $25.80. Multi-Ride fares are also available for frequent riders. Tickets may be purchased by phone using either MasterCard or VISA a minimum of 10 days prior to travel. For your convenience, tickets will be mailed to your billing address. Please call 1-800-858-8555 for more details.

Featured Destination - Kingston: Trailways offers frequent departures from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st & 8th Ave. in New York City. In Kingston our agency is located at Bus Terminal, 400 Washington Ave. The one-way adult fare is $20.65. The round-trip adult fare is $41.30. Special same day round-trip fare $28.95 (limited to travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays). Multi-Ride fares are also available for frequent riders. Tickets may be purchased by phone using either MasterCard or VISA a minimum of 10 days prior to travel. For your convenience, tickets will be mailed to your billing address. Please call 1-800-858-8555 for more details.

Featured Destination - Woodstock: Trailways offers frequent departures from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st & 8th Ave. in New York City. In Woodstock our agency is located at H. Houst & Sons Hardware, 2-6 Mill Hill Rd. The one-way adult fare is $22.95. The round-trip adult fare is $45.90 Special same day mid-week round trip fare $32.15. Multi-Ride fares are also available for frequent riders. Tickets may be purchased by phone using either MasterCard or VISA a minimum of 10 days prior to travel. For your convenience, tickets will be mailed to your billing address. Please call 1-800-858-8555 for more details.

Featured Destination - Phoenicia: Trailways offers frequent departures from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st & 8th Ave. in New York City. In Phoenicia our agency is located at Morne Imports, 52 Main St. The one-way adult fare is $28.20. The round-trip adult fare is $56.40. Multi-Ride fares are also available for frequent riders. Tickets may be purchased by phone using either MasterCard or VISA a minimum of 10 days prior to travel. For your convenience, tickets will be mailed to your billing address. Please call 1-800-858-8555 for more details.

Featured Destination - Hunder/Windham: Trailways offers frequent departures from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st & 8th Ave. in New York City. In Hunter our agency is located at the Country Store & Kitchen, Route 23A. In Windham our agency is located at: Country Store and Kitchen, Rt. 23A. The one-way adult fare to Hunter is $29.30. The round-trip adult fare is $58.60.
The one-way adult fare to Windham is $31.25. The round-trip adult fare is $62.50.
Multi-Ride fares are also available for frequent riders. Tickets may be purchased by phone using either MasterCard or VISA a minimum of 10 days prior to travel. For your convenience, tickets will be mailed to your billing address. Please call 1-800-858-8555 for more details.

Bus Terminal Location & Phone Number Hours Credit Cards Accepted Important Information
Albany, NY 12207
Greyhound/Trailways Bus Terminal
34 Hamilton St.
518-427-7060
Open 24 hours daily MC/VISA  
Albany, NY 12222
State University of NY
Copies Plus
1400 Washington Ave.
800-776-7548
9am-4pm Mon-Fri
Open only when college is in session
No Bus Stop is at SUNY Circle
Albany, NY 12211
Albany International Airport
737 Albany Shaker Rd.
800-776-7548
6am-11pm Mon-Fri
7am-11pm Sat & Sun
MC/VISA  
Hunter, NY 12442
Country Store & Kitchen
Rte. 23A
800-776-7548
6am-11pm Daily MC/VISA  
Kingston, NY 12401
Trailways Bus Terminal
400 Washington Ave.
800-776-7548
5:45am-11pm Mon-Fri
6:45am-11pm Sat & Sun
MC/VISA  
Nanuet, NY 12550
Rockland Travel
207 S. Main St.
800-776-7548
9am-5pm Mon-Fri
Closed Sat & Sun
No Bus stop at Park & Ride on Rte. 59
opposite entrance to I87 North.
Newburgh, NY 12550
ShortLine Bus Station
Rte. 17K Park & Ride
800-776-7548
6am-7pm Mon-Fri
6:30am-7pm Sat
8am-7pm Sun
No  
New Paltz, NY 12561
Trailways Bus Terminal
139 Main St.
800-776-7548
6am-Midnight Mon-Fri
7am-Midnight Sat & Sun
MC/VISA Additional Bus Stop at NYS Thruway
Exit 18 Park & Ride
New Rochelle,NY 10801
Main St. Supermarket Corp.
404 Main St.
800-776-7548
7am-7pm Daily No  
New York, NY 10018
Port Authority Bus Terminal
41st & 8th Ave.
800-776-7548
6am-Midnight Daily Both Ticket Plazas MC/VISA Ticket Plaza North Bldg. Subway level
Ticket Plaza South Bldg. First floor
Palenville, NY 12463
The Palenville Market
Rte. 23A
800-776-7548
5:30am-11pm Mon-Thur
5:30am-Midnight Fri, Sat, & Sun
No  
Phoenicia, NY 12464
Morne Imports
52 Main St.
800-776-7548
7am-7pm Daily
7am-6pm Winter Hours
MC/VISA  
Pine Hill, NY 12465
Belleayre Plaza
Rte. 28 Westbound
800-776-7548
7am-9pm Mon-Fri
8am-9pm Sat & Sun
No  
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Thrifty Check Cashing
270 Main Mall
800-776-7548
9am-5pm Mon-Thur
9am-6pm Fri
10am-3pm Sat; Closed Sun
No Bus stop near Civic Center at bus stop
sign.
Rosendale, NY 12472
Rosendale Hardware Store
1094 Route 32
800-776-7548
7:30am-6pm Mon-Fri
8am-4pm Sat
8am-3pm Sun
MC/VISA
DISCOVER
 
Tannersville, NY 12485
Warms Restaurant
Rte. 23A, Main St.
800-776-7548
7am-6pm Daily No  
Woodstock, NY 12498
H. House & Son Hardware Store
2-6 Mill Hill Road
800-776-7548
9am-6pm Mon-Sat
12noon-5pm Sun
MC/VISA Bus stop is at the Village Green in the
direction of travel.
White Plains, NY 10606
The Transportation Center
11 Ferris Ave.
800-776-7548
7:30am-6pm Daily MC/VISA  
Windham, NY 12496
Country Store & Kitchen
Rte. 23 at Main & Chruch Sts.
800-776-7548
6am-11pm Daily No  

Adirondack Trailways
499 Hurley Avenue
Hurley, NY 12443

Toll Free: (800) 225-6815 or (800) 858-8555
Telephone: (845) 339-4230
Fax: (845) 339-5222

Leprechuan Lines

Lebrechuan Lines
Route 32 South
PO Box 2628
Newburgh, NY 12550

Leprechaun Lines has been a leader in the motorcoach industry since 1934. From the outset we have been committed to offering the highest quality of service. Our standard is "Getting You There...In Comfort .... With Confidence ...and Safely."

TLC Tours is a division of Leprechaun Lines, our charter motorcoach company, headquartered in New York's Hudson Valley. More than simply bus tours in the USA and Canada, TLC Tours offers vacation experiences throughout the world, by bus, by air, or on a cruise!

Our Name, TLC Tours, reflects our mission -- to create enjoyable and personalized travel experiences and to provide all our guests with Tender Loving Care while they are on tour with us. The Leprechaun Companies.

Leprechaun Lines maintains a modern fleet of MCI and Prevost coaches. Most coaches accommodate 47 or 56 passengers. All our coaches feature: air-conditioning, public address systems, reclining seats, tinted windows, reading lamps and lavatories. Most vehicles are also available with card tables, AM/FM stereo cassette player, and video system.

Newburgh - Beacon - Steward Ariport Shuttle

This service operates weekdays between Newburgh, Stewart International Airport and Grand Central via Metro North Railroad's Beacon Station

Bus Fares:
$1.00 One Way: $.50 Seniors and Handicapped.

Rail Fares:
$14.50 One Way Peak.
$11.00 One Way Off Peak

Tickets prices are for Station purchases only. Tickets purchased on the train are higher.

Newburgh-Beacon Shuttle TLC-The Leprechaun Connection
Monday - Friday 5 AM - 8 PM
(845)565-7900 ext. 316

 

White Plains Commuter Bus

TLC, The Leprechaun Connection, transports passengers from Dutchess and Putnam Counties in the mornings, and returns from White Plains and Westchester Medical Center in the evenings.

We serve downtown White Plains as well as corporate parks along Westchester Avenue.

One Way Fares
One way fares may be purchased:
  • By cash from the driver
  • Exact amount appreciated.

  Cold Spring/Garrison Westchester Medical Center White Plains
Poughkeepsie $6.75 $7.75 $7.75
Wappingers Falls $5.75 $6.75 $6.75
Fishkill $4.75 $5.75 $5.75
Cold Spring/Garrison - $5.75 $5.75

Child Fares
Children under five years of age will be carried free of charge when accompanied by a fare paying passenger and not occupying a seat to the exclusion of adult passengers.

Holiday Service:
this service does not operate on the following days: New Year's Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Local Bus Service

Many communities in the Hudson Valley run excellent commuter and passenger bus service. Most train, long distance bus and airports are connected via these services. For detailed information on making connections click below and follow the links you need:

Ferry Service

Haverstraw to/from Ossining Ferry connection to Metro North Train Station.

The Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry takes you from a dock in Haverstraw right to Metro-North’s Ossining Station on the Hudson Line. This lets you enjoy fast, stress-free, reliable transportation and avoid traffic, tunnels, bridges, tolls and parking hassles.

NY Waterway’s excellent reliability, plus Metro-North Hudson Line’s excellent on-time performance, provide you with service you can count on.

The dock is located off Route 9W, north of the intersection at Riverside Avenue and Short Clove Road, at Dr. Girling Drive, in the Village of Haverstraw. It has convenient access from major roadways in Orange and Rockland counties (Palisades Interstate Parkway, US Route 202, Route 9W. See driving directions below.) - Or, take the free shuttle bus to the ferry that runs along Route 202. If you don't want to drive to the dock, there's also a free shuttle bus provided by the Rockland county department of public transportation and the NYS Department of transportation. The shuttle bus makes several scheduled stops along Route 202, between Mt. Ivy and route 9W. You can also flag it down at any safe spot along the route. For details, click Here for "Connecting Bus to the Ferry"

NY Waterway Ferry Cruises

NY Waterway offers a number of day trip cruises to destinations in the lower Hudson Valley from Manhattan. They are easy to get to, fun and all inclusive.

Kykuit Cruise - The Rockefeller Estate

Cruise up the scenic Hudson River to one of America’s castles & the home of America’s richest family, the legendary Rockefeller Estate. Breathtaking vistas, architecture, landscaped gardens, art, antique cars & a knowledgeable guide who will relate fascinating stories about the family who lived here. This 7-1/2 hour excursion also includes a tour of historic Philipsburg Manor, a working Dutch-Colonial farm.

Cruise Departs:
Pier 78 at West 38th St. & 12th Ave.

Fare: Adults and children $64. Senior citizens $59.
(includes boat, bus transfers, site admission)

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Sleepy Hollow Cruise

This picturesque cruise up the Hudson takes you to two treasures of America’s past:

  • Sunnyside, the charming riverside home of Washington Irving, author of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
  • Philipsburg Manor, a working 17th century Dutch-Colonial farm, with guides in period costume to demonstrate early American life.

Cruise Departs:
Pier 78 at West 38th St. & 12th Ave.

Fare: Adults $46. Children $25. Senior citizens $44. (includes boat, bus transfers, site admission)

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Lyndhurst Cruise

Cruise up the Hudson to one of America’s great castles, once owned by one of America’s ten richest people, Jay Gould. This Gothic Revival castle with towers & spires looms up on 67 acres of sweeping lawns & gardens. See the original furnishings designed for the home & amazing stained glass windows. Your guide will add interest to the beauty & lore. Optional excursion available to Sunnyside, home of Washington Irving.

Cruise Departs:
Pier 78 at West 38th St. at 12th Ave,

Fare: Adults $49. Children $25. Senior citizens $47.
(includes boat, bus transfers, site admission)
Sunnyside exclusion Adults $7. Children $4. Senior citizen $6.

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North Hudson Cruise

Travel back 200 years in 2 hours. Sail up the majestic Hudson & gaze at scenery that has inspired painters & writers for over two centuries. Your guide will share history & stories about one of the nation’s most historic & beautiful rivers.

Cruise Departs:
Foot of Main St., Tarrytown

Fare: Adults $16. Children $8

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Autumn on the Hudson Cruise

Every autumn, nature puts on a brilliant show of color. From bright yellows to vibrant reds, the leaves transform, showing their rich and vibrant hues. Your cruise departs from and returns to West Point with views of Boscobel Restoration, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Mount Beacon and more. Many say this is the most beautiful part of the Hudson. Catch a glimpse of nature's splendor.

Cruise Departs West Point:
at South Dock, Call for details. Schedule varies during football season.

Fare:
Adults $12. Children $6.

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NYC To Tarrytown

Cruise to or from the charming town of Tarrytown on a NY Waterway ferry.

Cruise Departs Manhattan:
Pier 78 at West 38th St. & 12th Ave.

Cruise Departs Tarrytown:
Foot of Main St.

Fare Each Way:
Adults $16. Children $8.

Fall Foliage and West Point Cruises

People from all over the world head to the northeastern United States for the spectacular fall foliage display. Experience fresh air, blue skies and trees ablaze with color as you cruise up the Hudson River on a NY Waterway high-speed catamaran. For your added enjoyment we've included a visit to the United States Military Academy. Tour military grounds, chapels and the oldest, largest public collection of military memorabilia in the Western Hemisphere.

Cruise Departs*:
Pier 78 at West 38th St. & 12th Ave.

Fare: Adults $60. Children $30. Senior citizens $56.
*Starts September. Call for details. Schedule varies during football season.

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West Point Football Cruise

Cruise up the Hudson through colorful fall foliage to see a great American tradition: a West Point football game. Catch a glimpse of a Cadet parade & watch a review of the Corps of Cadets*. The parade ground is the same ground where General George Washington drilled the American forces. A fascinating experience of living history.

Cruise Departs:
Pier 78 at West 38th Street & 12th Ave.NYC

Fare: Adults and children $80. Cruise only $57
*Subject to kickoff time.

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