Hudson Valley Parent

HVP May 2019

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18 Hudson Valley Parent n May 2019 food. Our seasonal menu features fresh fish, vegetarian and vegan options as well as locally raised meats and local produce. Our kids' menu features yummy, smaller portions of our regular cuisine. 8. Daily Planet 1202 Rte. 55, Lagrangeville 845-452-0110 Come to this playfully retro spot for an all-day menu of American diner staples. Enjoy classics as well as yummy spins on the regular cuisine. From breakfast to dessert, we have got you covered all day long. Our fresh, delicious food is always served with a smile! FAMILY ADVENTURES (Continued from Page 17) 9. Elsie's Place 1475 Rte. 208, Wallkill 845-895-8975 Elsie's Place o ers a homestyle setting and a great place to unwind with friends or dine with family. We pride ourselves on our fresh, farm-to- table approach serving food that is cooked to order. Our menu is eclectic American, o ering a wide range of options like low smoked BBQ brisket, pulled pork and baby back Ribs, homemade pizza, fresh seafood and handmade Angus burgers and steak. MUSEUMS AND HISTORICAL SITES 1. The Teddy Bear Museum at the Den of Marbletown 1 Basten Lane, Kingston, NY, 12401 845-867-6441 The Den of Marbletown is a fun, cozy and unique Hudson Valley experience: a Stei museum, a Stei gift shop, and a family suite Bed and Breakfast. Come to our historic 1860 farm house and let our Teddy Bears teach you about the history of Stei . See one-of-a-kind interactive displays. Come give our enormous bear a great big bear hug and experience an "overnight at the museum" your family will never forget. Birthdays, teas, and slumber parties are all encouraged! 2. Museum Village 1010 Rte. 17M, Monroe 845-782-8248 Museum Village is a unique and inviting open-air historical museum which o ers 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. Visit the School House, Broom Shop, Blacksmith, Print Shop, Drug Store, Log Cabin, Weave Shop, Candle Shop, and much more! We even have one of three complete mastodon skeletons in the entire world! Seasonal events, group tours, picnic grounds, snack bar, gift shop and free parking. Check our calendar for special events! 3. Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site 84 Liberty St., Newburgh 845-562-1195 Hasbrouck House was the longest of General Washington's stays during the Revolutionary War, and our nation's oldest publicly owned historic site. Here Washington invented the Military Badge of Merit (forerunner to the Purple Heart), announced the cease-fire that ended the war, and even put down a near mutiny. Open year-round, the site o ers events and tours for all ages. Source: Ali O'Brien Mu /

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