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  • Explore Kingston
  • Downtown – The Rondout
  • Midtown Arts District
  • Uptown - The Stockade District
  • Explore Kingston

    Welcome to Kingston, a beautiful and historic city just two hours north of New York City.  A Dutch settlement founded in 1652 and New York’s first capital, Kingston is an artistically and architecturally rich community perfectly located to serve as home base for your Hudson Valley explorations.

    Kingston is less than 15 miles to High Falls, Rhinebeck, Woodstock, New Paltz and Saugerties, and a short drive to Poughkeepsie, Bard College, Hyde Park, Beacon, and Hudson.   Notable historic sites and homes, fantastic hiking, beautiful swimming holes, leaf peeping, apple picking, farm stands, wineries and much more, are all close by.

    For more ideas on where to go, what to see and where to eat in Kingston and the Hudson Valley, explore our (very biased) recommendations from tabs above or check out:

    Hudson Valley   Sunset
    Uptown   Farmer's MArke
    Ship To Shore
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    2013 03 19 19 15 45 0030
  • Downtown – The Rondout

    The Forsyth is anchored in the Rondout, a charming and historic community on the shores of the Rondout Creek just before it meets the mighty Hudson.  The Rondout has a lively, artistic vibe that marries comfortably with a maritime culture.  The Forsyth is one historic footpath away from the Rondout’s main drag, Broadway, a long hill rising from the water with great shops and restaurants. 

    Leave time for a bike ride, kayak, walk or trolley ride along the Rondout to Kingston Point Park, with vestiges of a former Victorian amusement park and views of the Rondout Light House.  Stop along the way at the Maritime Museum and cool off in the summer with a dip at Kingston Point Beach.  On Saturdays in season, visit Smorgasburg, cloned from Brooklyn to the former Hutton Brick Yard, where you can try the most innovative cuisine in the Hudson Valley.  And throughout the year, enjoy festivals and celebrations along the waterfront.

    Favorite Dining Spots

    Wine & Spirits
    (in gorgeous spaces)

    Kingston Wine Co
    Ship To Shore
    Rondout
    Kingston Night Market
    KIngston Lighthouse
    Kingston Bridge
    DSC 0330
    DSC 0187
    DSC 0131
    DSC 0004 Stitch
    A Day Away 720x430
    Brunettewinebar Kwba
    Armadillo
    2013 03 19 19 15 45 0030
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  • Midtown Arts District

    Discover what Kingston artists already know – Midtown is happening. Find reasonably priced and delicious food, cutting edge galleries and artist studios, and, at Ulster Performing Arts Center, great performances from David Sedaris to Chaka Kahn to the Met HD.

    Galleries

    Shopping

    Midtown   Cornell Street Studios
    Midtown   Keegan Ales
    Midtown  UPAC
    Midtown Tony's Pizzeria
  • Uptown – The Stockade District

    Rich in history, modern in every way. This eight block neighborhood looks like a movie set (and often is), with 17th, 18th and 19th century buildings surrounded by stockades. The impressive Old Dutch Church and vegan fare, punk bands and the Senate House Museum (America’s oldest public building) — spend a day sightseeing, have a great meal and stay up for live music. On Saturdays in season, you’ll find one of the best farmer’s markets in the Catskills.

    Live Entertainment

    Wine & Spirits

    Four Corners II
    Kingston Stockade District Viator
    Kingston Stockade Today
    Old Dutch Church Kh
    Uptown   Farmer's MArke
    Uptown   General
    Uptown   Mural
    Uptown   Opositive
    Uptown   Tappen House
  • Explore Kingston
  • Downtown – The Rondout
  • Midtown Arts District
  • Uptown - The Stockade District
  • Explore Kingston

    Welcome to Kingston, a beautiful and historic city just two hours north of New York City.  A Dutch settlement founded in 1652 and New York’s first capital, Kingston is an artistically and architecturally rich community perfectly located to serve as home base for your Hudson Valley explorations.

    Kingston is less than 15 miles to High Falls, Rhinebeck, Woodstock, New Paltz and Saugerties, and a short drive to Poughkeepsie, Bard College, Hyde Park, Beacon, and Hudson.   Notable historic sites and homes, fantastic hiking, beautiful swimming holes, leaf peeping, apple picking, farm stands, wineries and much more, are all close by.

    For more ideas on where to go, what to see and where to eat in Kingston and the Hudson Valley, explore our (very biased) recommendations from tabs above or check out:

    Hudson Valley   Sunset
    Uptown   Farmer's MArke
    Ship To Shore
    Shutterstock 370966502
    2013 03 19 19 15 45 0030
  • Downtown – The Rondout

    The Forsyth is anchored in the Rondout, a charming and historic community on the shores of the Rondout Creek just before it meets the mighty Hudson.  The Rondout has a lively, artistic vibe that marries comfortably with a maritime culture.  The Forsyth is one historic footpath away from the Rondout’s main drag, Broadway, a long hill rising from the water with great shops and restaurants. 

    Leave time for a bike ride, kayak, walk or trolley ride along the Rondout to Kingston Point Park, with vestiges of a former Victorian amusement park and views of the Rondout Light House.  Stop along the way at the Maritime Museum and cool off in the summer with a dip at Kingston Point Beach.  On Saturdays in season, visit Smorgasburg, cloned from Brooklyn to the former Hutton Brick Yard, where you can try the most innovative cuisine in the Hudson Valley.  And throughout the year, enjoy festivals and celebrations along the waterfront.

    Favorite Dining Spots

    Wine & Spirits
    (in gorgeous spaces)

    Kingston Wine Co
    Ship To Shore
    Rondout
    Kingston Night Market
    KIngston Lighthouse
    Kingston Bridge
    DSC 0330
    DSC 0187
    DSC 0131
    DSC 0004 Stitch
    A Day Away 720x430
    Brunettewinebar Kwba
    Armadillo
    2013 03 19 19 15 45 0030
    13729049 10157200810690191 6408681691514589394 N
  • Midtown Arts District

    Discover what Kingston artists already know – Midtown is happening. Find reasonably priced and delicious food, cutting edge galleries and artist studios, and, at Ulster Performing Arts Center, great performances from David Sedaris to Chaka Kahn to the Met HD.

    Galleries

    Midtown   Cornell Street Studios
    Midtown   Keegan Ales
    Midtown  UPAC
    Midtown Tony's Pizzeria
  • Uptown – The Stockade District

    Rich in history, modern in every way. This eight block neighborhood looks like a movie set (and often is), with 17th, 18th and 19th century buildings surrounded by stockades. The impressive Old Dutch Church and vegan fare, punk bands and the Senate House Museum (America’s oldest public building) — spend a day sightseeing, have a great meal and stay up for live music. On Saturdays in season, you’ll find one of the best farmer’s markets in the Catskills.

    Live Entertainment

    Wine & Spirits

    Four Corners II
    Kingston Stockade District Viator
    Kingston Stockade Today
    Old Dutch Church Kh
    Uptown   Farmer's MArke
    Uptown   General
    Uptown   Mural
    Uptown   Opositive
    Uptown   Tappen House