Visit and discover Hudson's artists, events, restaurants, bars and clubs. Hudson offers the savvy traveler a unique shopping experience with its one of a kind antique stores, design studios and art galleries. Shop in Hudson and discover local artisans, designers, vintage furniture & clothing stores, antiques, beauty emporiums and more.
Hudson is a former whaling port famous for its distinctive 19th century architecture and its vibrant artistic community. It is a premier marketplace of fine antiques and art. The city's streets are filled with art galleries, antique, jewelry, vintage clothing and furniture stores. Hudson's thriving culinary scene attracts notable New York chefs, and promises to sate sophisticated palates. Food-lovers will delight in delicious fare from WD-50 veteran John McCarthy at The Crimson Sparrow, Jeff Gimmel's Swoon Kitchenbar, and Zak Pelaccio's Fish & Game. Visit Hudson Food & Wine to learn more about local cafes, bakeries, restaurants, food trucks and farmers' markets.
Hudson is in the heart of the Hudson River Valley, its majestic valleys, sweeping rivers and serene lakes make it one of the Top 20 Must-See Places on National Geographic Traveler's "Best of the World" list. Nestled between the Catskill and Berkshire Mountains in Columbia County, Hudson is just 120 miles north of New York City, 45 miles south of Albany, and 160 miles west of Boston. The city is an eclectic epicenter of creative innovation and boasts a year-round calendar of events and festivals with venues such as Club Helsinki playing host to live music, stand-up comedy and burlesque shows. Visit Hudson Events to discover highlights.