Hudson Falls is a village located in Washington County, New York, USA. The village is in the southwest of the town of Kingsbury, on US Route 4. Hudson Falls is part of the Glens Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2000 census, the village had a population of 6,927. It was the county seat of Washington County until 1994, when the county seat was moved to Fort Edward.
Restaurants in Hudson Falls
4.5 based on 163 reviews
This collection is beyond any small towns desires for beautiful art and culture. What a treasure located in hometown, USA. I love visiting with friends and family when they visit and also just to stop by for special exhibits when flying solo. Renoir, Picasso, Ruebens just to name a few...along with gorgeous architecture and lovely history.
5 based on 2 reviews
The Area's Premiere Paintball and Airsoft Playing Facility. Walk on play on Sunday's from 10-4 or private groups by appointment 7 days a week. Knowledgeable staff, rentals available, 4 different playing courses.
The owner and referees go out of their way to make it a fun and safe environment for everyone. There are the guys you can tell are there every week, but they're patient and encouraging of new and young players. I was scared at first, but they put all my fears to rest. Once my youngest are 10 and able to join in we will bring them to play too! Will be back!
5 based on 2 reviews
The Old Fort House Museum is located on Lower Broadway in Fort Edward, NY. It features a five building complex of local artifacts. The museum is open seasonally from June through October and year round by appointment for school and motor coach tours. Our gift shop is also open year round during office hours with a large selection of books on local history.
Visited the Old Fort Museum and was welcomed into the home with an informative tour. Our tour guide was warm and knowledgeable. She provided anecdotes and stories about the rooms and artifacts to give visitors the background to understand the historical significance while at the same time bringing the house to life. A must see if you are a history buff or doing genealogy research.
3 based on 12 reviews
The portion dedicated to Coopers Cave is short with bits of info about James Fenimore Cooper's interaction with Glens Falls and the book he wrote Last of the Mohicans.
If you walk in the opposite direction after having visited the Cooper Cave section you can stay on an asphalt path along the canal that has many benches and nice vistas
across the canal. It's about 2 miles round trip from the South Glens Falls Historical Park. There are also other trails along the Feeder Trail but this section is nice for slow pace..young children or seniors. Some reviews are mistakenly referencing Coopers Cave Ale Company that is a bar not near this history site.
3.5 based on 1 reviews
Opening weekend, May 13 & 14! The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom has over 135 rides, shows & attractions, including a full outdoor water park. Featuring thrilling rides like Comet and the all-new Extreme Supernova as well as two children's areas - there is something for everyone!
We've visited Great Escape for the first time and were really disappointed. We are roller coaster enthusiasts and found that two of their five coasters were closed both days. The only thing that "salvaged" the trip was the ride crew on the Comet, who seemed to really enjoy their job and allowed us numerous repeat rides due to the low crowd. BTW, the Comet should not be missed - despite being 90 years old, the Comet delivers plenty of airtime without being very rough.
Our first day, we arrived late afternoon and found the park very difficult to navigate due to the combination of fog machines and lack of lighting. Perhaps that works great for the Halloween theme, but we became really frustrated on trying to find specific places.
Overall, I would have to rate this park this park very low - perhaps at the bottom in the theme parks that we have visited. Because of it's past history as Storyland, it does have lost of things for the little ones to do. If we were in the neighborhood, we would stop in try and ride the coasters we missed, but would not make a special trip to visit.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
I have utilized this trail usually by bicycle multiple times over the years; the trail is quite flat most of the way except to the very end in HF by the Five Combines which is the original canal lock system (and is quite pretty) and further north in Queensbury along Glen Lake and Lake George. It is a non-motorized trail thus a lot safer than biking along a road and it is well maintained. We like it because it follows the old canal and has lots of shade and sometimes mallards swimming in the canal. Many people also walk the trail with their dog. I've biked by myself and have never had a problem. There are even 2 ice cream shops I can think of to stop at which is nice for those with kids. The trail is a positive thing for those who have easy access to it and it provides availability of a free and healthy outdoor activity to those who are visiting.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
King Smiley Billiards is the area's premier pool hall. We feature eight 9-foot, well maintained tables. We also have a private space available with a 7-foot "bar" table and darts for your get-together. Couples, singles and parties of up to 20 people will find KSB a comfortable place for nighttime fun. It's the perfect place for pool-hall junkies to get their fix or a group of friends to unwind and have a few drinks. With it's retro-inspired vibe, KSB offers a modern option for those seeking a hotspot that hearkens back to an era when good times ruled. That era is back at King Smiley Billiards.
This is a fairly new place in Ft. Edward. I've been there with my husband several times and it's a nice place to go. We are both very competitive and not only do they have pool tables, they have air hockey and foosball tables. They serve alcohol at very reasonable prices (moscato!), but I have not had their food as of yet. This place seems like a more upscale billiard place than you would typically find, I think, It has a more modern look, great background music and is always very clean. It's definitely a fun night out, especially if you're a bit competitive!
4 based on 81 reviews
When visiting the Glens Falls/Queensbury area make sure you put Six Flags on you want list. It's a great place to entertain the family at the water park, have something to eat at Johnny Rockets and stay overnight at the parks Hotel. You will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
The only place to catch a play in Glens Falls, and they do a good job of it. Seating is nice, not a bad spot in the house, and the variety keeps it interesting. Downtown, so catching dinner before or afterwards is easy, and there's plenty of parking in the evening as well..
4.5 based on 30 reviews
The Shirt Factory was built in 1902 for the McMullen-Leavens Company as a shirt factory, the building was expanded in 1910 as production increased. In the 1930's the product line expanded into dress manufacturing. The shirt and dresses produced here were high quality fashion featured on the pages of publications like Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Production continued here through 1996 when the factory closed its doors. In 1999 the current owner began a slow process of rehabilitating the building and breaking it up into rentable studio space. Over the years the space has grown and evolved. Visitors will find an eclectic mix of individuals calling the 70 plus studios here home, offering a wide range of goods, services, classes and more. The building is open daily 8am-5pm, individual studios set their own hours/availability, please check our website for studio hours. While here you will notice machines in the halls and dresses and shirts displayed in cases, these are from the original factory that operated here, for which the building is named. The first floor is our "designated retail area" all studios on this floor are open on Thur-Sat from 12pm-5pm, many studios on the other floors are also open at this time, making these ideal days to visit the building! The range offered by tenants is impressive! There is kung fu/martial arts/tai chi, yoga & zumba, loose leaf tea, baked goods, Himalayan salt lamps and Himalayan salt products, pottery, furniture, original artwork in a variety of forms and mediums, acupuncture, massage, vintage goods, a hair salon, yarn and fiber arts...You have to it experience to truly appreciate the variety. For an experience unlike any other, visit the building during an open house, especially the two that occur between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The owner allows the tenants to invite outside vendors in to set up in the halls, it is an amazing opportunity not only to shop local, but to find unique one of a kind gifts for yourself and everyone else on your list! On our website is a full directory with tenant descriptions, hours and contact information, as well as a calendar with upcoming events and classes to help you make the most of your visit!
The Shirt factory is a good place for artists who need studio space and want an opportunity to have it open to the public. That said, it's not the kind of place where a casual visitor could go and count on finding the trip worth their while. Each artist has their own schedule for being open and the layout of the building can be a bit confusing. If you're not going for a specific open house event or to see a specific artist(s) who you know will be open you may find the trip a waste of time.
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