Bordered by the Catskill Mountains and Shawangunk Ridge, Marbletown is defined by scenic landscapes, mountain views and abundant farmland.
Built in the 1680s as a one-room dwelling, the museum reflects the history of the Hudson Valley and its inhabitants. Accessible on first floor only. Child and group friendly. Admission fee. Open May-October, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for additional dates of operation.
Posh hotels, retro-inspired inns, tricked-out cabins and cozy B&Bs are just some of the lodging options.Explore Where to Stay
Find an abundance of fine restaurants, acclaimed chefs, hand-crafted beer and wine, and award-winning spirits.Explore Places to Eat & Drink