Hudson, New York is located on the Hudson River between Albany and Poughkeepsie. It is known for its historic district, which spans 45 city blocks and consists of a variety of architectural styles from the 18th to early 20th centuries. Once known as a town with legalized gambling and prostitution, today it is renowned for some of the best antiques shopping you can find in the Northeast, and a burgeoning LGBTQ community, many of whom are transplants from New York City. Visit Olana State Historic Site, a National Historic Landmark which features beautiful architecture and stunning valley views, learn about the history of firefighting through many excellent exhibits at the FASNY Museum of Firefighting.
Manchester – Brattleboro: 1 hr 35 min approx.
Brattleboro - The Berkshires:1hr 39 min approx.
The Berkshires- Hudson: 1hr 1 min approx.
Hudson - New York City: 2hs 22 min approx.