CORNWALL – Trekkers Summer Camp (Ages 7-12) @ Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center


Campers explore the Hudson Valley!


Theme of the Week: Powerful Plants



Monday, August 19 – Friday, August 23, 2019


9 am – 3 pm


Ages 7 – 12


$345 members, $400 non-members

5% Sibling Discount



Spend 3, fun-packed days at our Outdoor Discovery Center and two days at other locations:

One day we’ll explore the Hudson River at Kowawese Unique Area at Plum Point in New Windsor.

Parents provide transportation


And, Mobile Food Lab comes to the Outdoor Discover Center for an “on-site field trip”

The Mobile Food Lab brings art, science, and cooking directly to camps & schools to teach kids in K-8 where their food comes from, how it nourishes them, and how it shapes our world. 



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STONY POINT – Stony Point: Evening Battlefield Lantern Tour

Nighttime on the Battlefield


Saturday, July 27, 2019


8 – 9:30 pm


For ages 10 & up


$5/adults, $4/seniors & kids



Experience what it was like on the battlefield at night, with the sounds of musket fire and living history! An easy walk around the battlefield. BRING FLASHLIGHTS & BUG SPRAY.



RESERVATIONS REQUIRED, Call (845) 786-2521



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HIGHLAND – The Berenstain Bears Reading & Meet-n-Greet @ Mid-Hudson Federal Credit Union


Join MHVFCU at our Highland Branch for a beary fun reading, meet Brother Bear and even stuff your own bear!



Wednesday, July 24, 2019


10 – 11 am


 For ages 10 & under


This event is FREE!




MHV is an official sponsor of The Berenstain Bears® Financial Literacy Program. We are excited to teach the money management concept Save, Share, Spend, and Earn at our next reading event!



We will have giveaways and a few Giveaways to win waterpark passes (courtesy of 96.1 Kiss FM)!







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Museum Village in Monroe, NY

MONROE – 2019 Museum Hours @ Museum Village


2019 Museum Hours


  • April 13th – May 24th (Open Sat & Sun ONLY) 11 am – 4 pm
  • April 21st (Easter Sunday) CLOSED
  • May 25th, 26th, 27th – Museum CLOSED for Memorial Day Weekend
  • June 1st – June 30th (Open Sat & Sun ONLY) 11 am – 4 pm
  • July 4th – Museum CLOSED (Independence Day)
  • July 7th – August 29th (Open Tues – Sun, Closed Mondays) 11 am – 4 pm
  • August 30th – Museum CLOSED
  • September 7th – November 10th (Open Sat & Sun ONLY) 11 am – 4 pm
  • December 7th – Christmas In The Village 12 – 5 pm



Daily Admission Rates

Special Event rates may vary 


  • Adult $14
  • Seniors $12
  • Children ( 4-12 ) $10
  • Children ( Under 4 )FREE!
  • Active Military FREE!
  • Veterans FREE!


Museum Village is a unique and inviting open-air historical museum which offers visitors the opportunity to explore vignettes of 19th century American life. Using a large collection of eclectic artifacts, the museum provides hands-on educational experiences and exhibits that illustrate the transition from a rural to an industrial culture and economy in America. We often have costumed interpreters here in our buildings to give a live presentation of the history here. We offer school class trips and summer tours. Visit the School House, Print shop, Broom Shop, Candle Shop, Blacksmith, Log Cabin, Weave Shop, Farm Tools, Firehouse, Livery, Drug Store, and Natural History Buildings, which has one of three complete mastodon skeletons in the world! Come see our farm animals, enjoy a walk around the Green and bring a picnic lunch or enjoy what we have to offer in our Snack Bar.



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COLD SPRING – Stonecrop Gardens Open for the Holiday




Thursday, July 4, 2019



Sunday, July 7th*


10 am – 5 pm

Last admission 4:30 pm

* Tea and cake are available on Sunday!



Admission for Self-Guided Tour:


Adults – $10

Seniors 65 and older, students with an ID –  $5

Children ages 3 through 18 – $5

Children under 3 – No Charge



Rock Ledge Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring, NY Open for Fourth of July



Well-supervised children are welcome to the garden, but we ask that parents closely oversee them and take precautions to ensure their safety, especially near the rock ledges and pools. No screaming, no running and climbing, no handling or feeding the animals.


Please note that many areas of the garden are inaccessible to strollers and wheelchairs.  Most of the paths are too narrow; surfaces are often muddy or uneven. Visitors with limited mobility are welcome to contact us prior to their visit to discuss the areas that are accessible and how best to reach them.



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