Walking tours of Hudson and Cedar Park Cemetery
How much do you know about Hudson, New York, a little city that Mary Ann Zimmerman describes in her walking tour as a place that exudes high energy, innovation and entrepreneurship?
There’s more to Hudson than antique shops, great restaurants, charming B&Bs, art galleries and perhaps the best roster of cultural activities in the Hudson Valley. It’s the history of the city that defines the Hudson Walking Tour. Simply engrossing and captivating, is how Ms. Zimmerman defines Hudson.
Tours are conducted most Saturdays from June 19 through September, 2010. Meet at the flagpole on Parade Hill at the foot of Warren Street, 11:00 a.m. The cost is $12 per person. Call 917-880-6732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Go to http://www.poshnosh.com/swt/hudson-walking.html for more information.
Warren Street tour
To download a copy of Historic Hudson’s tour, click here.
Historic Hudson is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1996 to promote the preservation of the unique architectural heritage of the City of Hudson, New York. Comprising a remarkable collection of largely intact 18th-, 19th-, and early 20th-century buildings, Hudson is considered by many to be a veritable dictionary of American architectural style.
The Historic Hudson Archive Collection includes over 400 glass plate negatives and images of Hudson, New York and Columbia County, circa 1860 to 1950.