Tivoli is a village in Dutchess County, New York, United States. The population was 1,118 at the 2010 census. The village, which was incorporated in 1872 from parts of Upper Red Hook Landing and Madalin, is the northernmost settlement in the county, located in the northwest part of the town of Red Hook. It is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area. It is also entirely within the Hudson River Historic District, a National Historic Landmark. The village is accessible via New York State Route 9G at an intersection with Dutchess County Route 78.
Restaurants in Tivoli
4.5 based on 214 reviews
The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a true “living” museum of antique aviation located in the historic town of Rhinebeck, New York. We present one of the largest collections of early aeroplanes in the world, as well as automobiles, motorcycles, early engines and memorabilia spanning the period from 1900-1939. During our exciting weekend air shows, the Aerodrome turns back the hands of time and relives the early years of aviation (weather permitting). This colorful era is brought back to life amidst the roar of rotary engines and is great entertainment for all ages. The Saturday shows chronicle the history of flight with pioneer, World War I and Lindbergh era aircraft taking to the skies. If the winds are calm you will even see our 1909 Bleriot (the oldest flying aircraft in the United States) take to the air. The Sunday shows feature a World War I dogfight as well as barnstorming aircraft. In addition to weekend aerial demonstrations, the Aerodrome also offers four museum buildings housing static displays of aircraft from the pioneer, World War I and Lindbergh/barnstorming eras which are open to the public seven days a week from May to October.
Hard to find such a unique experience. Great for flight enthusiasts and kids of all ages. Air show combines comedy with history. There is plenty of room to sit and move around. You can see early flight aircraft upfront. A visit to the museum is a must. There is good food for purchase and kids can roam worry free. Other activities nearby including apple picking restaurants and views of Hudson Valley communities.
4 based on 45 reviews
Montgomery Place, a serene reflection of nearly 200 years of continuous family stewardship, is best known as a landscape influenced by the great Andrew Jackson Downing and an architectural landmark designed by Alexander Jackson Davis. But the totality of the estate - house, gardens, arboretum, woodlands, orchards, hamlet, and natural features - makes it a unique American treasure.The 380-acre property is an amazingly intact example of Hudson Valley estate life. Each of the estate's features has a story to tell about changing American attitudes toward nature, landscape, and home design over time.
We visited Montgomery Place in late fall and thus the leaves were down and while perhaps not as lovely as in the spring, the barrenness of the trees afforded a wonderful view of the Hudson River from all areas around the building. Wonderful walkways, formally laid out gardens and the mansion itself make for an interesting couple of hours. We were there on a day when the mansion itself was not open, but you can look inside through the wonderful large old glass windows all around. Of note are the massive tall locust trees along the driveway and close around the house. We were visiting relatives in the area and they brought us here for a walk. Although not mentioned in any brochures, one relative said he had heard that the locust trees were planted not only for the landscaping affect but also to draw lightning as they tower above the roof of the building. Whether true or not, the trees are magnificent to behold and appear to be well over 100 years in age. Many are split and show signs of significant wear and tear over the ages. The mansion itself is proportioned so well and although massive and built of stone with stucco exterior, it is inviting and warm looking. There are porticos on each end and the one to the north is outfitted with a table and several chairs on which I could picture the early owners sitting and having cocktails in the evening and watching the sun set over the Hudson. Two other interesting buildings, of several on the property, are the coach house and the greenhouse. Our relatives recalled when they were children and the coach house was used as the home of a caretaker. They used to come and play with the caretakers children in and around the grounds of the mansion. The greenhouse was full of potted large shrubs and flowers being kept there for over winter when we visited. The herb garden just to the west of the greenhouse was full of late fall herbs and some late hanging on flowers. It is wonderful that Bard College recently bought Montgomery Place and has it open to the public for free.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Oldest riverfront estate in the mid-Hudson Valley region.
The house and tour was wonderful. So much information! The views were spectacular. I took a lot of great pictures inside and outside. Highly recommend especially if you like old houses and beautiful scenery.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
The Saugerties Lighthouse is positioned at the edge of the Hudson River and just about as near as you can get without stepping in. Park the car and walk through the woods to the Lighthouse. There are places to stop and have a picnic including at the lighthouse itself. We were particularly lucky when we visited because a large ship passed by and also because we met the relief caretaker of the lighthouse whose interesting conversation added much to the day. We would have loved to stay in the lighthouse which is run as a B&B but reservations have to be made ages in advance. Although the lighthouse itself is private, there are tables and benches for casual visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic while watching the river flow past.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
As the Hudson Valley's cultural park for dance, Kaatsbaan is the region's premier presenter of professional ballet, flamenco, and modern dance companies.
My family and I have attended many performances over the past year and we are astounded by the high level of professionalism and joyous performances that can be had at KAATSBAAN
THE BLACK BOX STUDIO and the gorgeous grounds provide entertainment that surpasses the best dance companies in New York City.
Be sure to stay overnight at the Tivoli Hotel or at least grab a meal at The Corner restaurant.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Stop in for a wine tasting, Clermont vineyards boasts dramatic panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains. Relax in our spacious tasting room, if you enjoy the outdoors choose from either of our two outdoor decks or maybe a picnic lunch out by the vineyard. On cooler days warm-up by the outdoor fire pit. Tasting room is open Friday, Saturday & Sunday's (April- December)
First hook up with a non-drinking driver. Then get a group of friends together, Then go have a wonderfull afternoon. This is one of the best winery's around. they will put on a great afternoon of wine tasting that you have ever had...cheeses.sherbert to cleanse the pallet. Go it's a hoot. And don't forget the bottles of wine to bring back home
4.5 based on 188 reviews
This sculpture park was intended to house the works of the designer, but the setting itself became the artist's masterwork. It is possible to visit by appointment on non-open days.
You don't have to be a kid to enjoy this place. Its wonderful to just wander around, up and down and around. I went on a beautiful day and was unrushed. That is definitely the best way to visit. Don't go if you have three other things to do, because then you won't relax. And its a long twisty drive to get there.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
I loved the stonework, and all the artwork around the edges.
Do watch the video in the office.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Tis is a working farm. There is local produce and an assortment of gourmet stuff every day, and they make sandwiches and breakfasts and lunch. Once a week there is a farmers market. A dozen or more venders, really really good cheese, baked goods, etc.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Popped into Tousey Winery on whim-- the wine was excellent but the experience was made even better by Maria. Aside from being knowledgeable on the wine, she was extremely friendly and humorous. It made the experience that much better. Would definitely recommend to friends, and would return in the future.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The Fisher Center is just a quick stop off Route 9 and you get to see a fantastic Frank Gehry building, if only from the outside. Across the street is the Olafur Eliasson art installation called the Parliament of reality. It is an interesting bridge to an island with boulders. It's all free, parking was easy and it was a nice little stop on my vacation. They have tours, but you must call in advance, check their web site for details. (I was unable to take a tour unfortunately)
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