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Rhinebeck, New York

Nestled in the heart of New York’s scenic Hudson Valley and set along the banks of the majestic Hudson River is the charming, historic town of Rhinebeck.  Just two hours north of New York City, here you will find a region rich in its culture and heritage. Known for its agricultural lands, pastoral open spaces and breathtaking mountain views, the natural landscape of the countryside draws outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers of all sorts.  And the Hudson Valley is a vibrant cultural center, where art, dance, drama, music and film all have a home.

 

The picturesque Village of Rhinebeck, a historic Dutch settlement from 1686, is known for its own artistic and culinary scene. The treelined streets are curated with a myriad of antique shops, specialty stores, restaurants and art galleries. Chefs from around the world and those creating local foodie destinations have been trained at the nearby Culinary Institute of America.  The surrounding rural area offers the solitude and adventures of the Catskills, the Berkshires and the Hudson River, with the urban oasis of New York City within easy reach, inviting New Yorkers to leave the pace of the big city behind. So many world-class attractions meld with a small-town-USA charm to create a unique living experience that attracts those from the region and beyond to call this special place their home.

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Life in Rhinebeck

It’s a beautiful day to stroll through Rhinebeck, with its shops and eateries clustered along the quaint village streets. Or head over to one of the local farmer’s markets and feast in a harvest of foods and handmade wares. Rejuvenate with a yoga class or pamper yourself with a day at a spa. Take the kids to the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. Enjoy the romantic landscape of Poets’ Walk Park. Here in Rhinebeck, you will find something for everyone. What a life!

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Fine & Casual Dining

A culinary flair flourishes in Rhinebeck as the influence of the nearby Culinary Institute of America is delectably evident! From outdoor cafes to intimate dining to fun gathering spots, there is a wide array of cuisines all centered around farm-to-table living. A taste of Rhinebeck is surely a culinary delight.

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Recreation Abounds

Whether you are an outdoors fanatic or a low-key adventurer, there is never a dull moment when it comes to activities in our region. Experience the outdoors by horseback, bicycle, boat, trails or skis. Take sanctuary in a peaceful park. Be inspired by the local gardens. Cruise the magnificent Hudson River. Swim, kayak, golf. Pick your own seasonal veggies at a nearby farm. Every day seems like a vacation when you live in the Hudson Valley!

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A Cultural Center

Rhinebeck’s flouring arts and cultural scene embraces music, dance, theater, independent film and many fairs and festivals. The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts provides an extraordinary arts experience in orchestral, chamber and jazz music, and in theater, dance and opera. The Dutchess County Fairground is home to the Rhinebeck Antiques Fair, the Hudson Valley Wine and Food Fest, the NYS Sheep and Wool Festival and the much anticipated Dutchess County Fair. Step back in time and enjoy an independent or indie feature at the quaint Upstate Films Theater. Challenge your arts and antiques knowledge in shops and galleries. Tour a local winery. Enjoy the excitement of the farmers’ markets, craft fairs and many festivals. Beyond the Rhinebeck boundaries, there are endless cultural opportunities. The world is your oyster right here in the Hudson Valley!

We invite you to discover why Rhinebeck has been coined ‘The Gem of the Hudson Valley.’