You can stay inside on of the last remaining historic lighthouses of New York's Hudson Valley, the charming Saugerties Lighthouse at the mouth of the Esopus Creek.
Discover the New York sculpture parks (and one in New Jersey!) near NYC where you can see monumental works of art!
Coexisting alongside the 8.5 million people in New York City are the furry, fluffy and feathery animals that have made the Concrete Jungle their home.
There are great outdoor sculpture parks within a two-hour radius of NYC including Storm King, Opus 40 and more.
From the colorful Mandarin Duck of Central Park to the noisy Monk Parrots of Brooklyn, meet 5 famous NYC birds that have called New York home!
This past Saturday, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree arrived in Manhattan with some extra cargo. To the surprise of tree
In the Hudson Valley, one man's years of hard work and expert skills led to the creation of an out of this world rock sculpture!
Just two hours away from NYC, the Catskills are a great year-round destination with highlights from fall foliage in autumn, outdoor adventures in summer, skiing in the winter, and cultural sites open through the four seasons.
While a number of New York City lighthouses are no longer active, they are still a sight to behold. Here are the last seven you can see on the Hudson River.