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County Rd. 168
Barryville, NY 12719

Tel: (845) 807-0261

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MINISINK BATTLEGROUND PARK

The park, which is listed on both the National Register and the Revolutionary War Heritage Trail, is dedicated to the men who fought and died at the “Battle of Minisink”.  The 57 acre park includes picnic areas, extensive hiking trails, restroom facilities, interpretive area and a picnic pavilion (fee).  Groups of 20 or more require a permit.

Open daily Mothers Day Weekend-Columbus Day 8am-dusk

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200 Hurd Rd.
Bethel, NY 12720

Tel: (845) 583-2000

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THE MUSEUM AT BETHEL WOODS

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Those who attended Woodstock say the experience transformed them, and it still has the power to inspire and transform you. The Museum at Bethel Woods recreates the sights, sounds, and spirit of the festival through interactive exhibits, rare festival footage, artifacts and memorabilia, and personal stories. It also preserves the historic site and offers inspiring programs which share the struggles and ideals of the era—from segregation to civil rights, peace and love to assassinations and war, music to pop culture. Just down the hill from The Museum, the Woodstock festival field remains peaceful and green, largely untouched nearly half a century later. Close your eyes and it’s as though you can feel the rain on your skin, hear Janis or Jimi, and understand how one person can make a difference and together we can change the world. Visit bethelwoodscenter.org for more information, including upcoming events and hours of operation. Open April through December 31; check website or call for days/hours.

Open April through December 31; check website or call for days/hours

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47 Sweeney Rd.
Glen Spey, NY 12737

Tel: (845) 856-9000 or (877) 523-2672

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KADAMPA MEDITATION CENTER

One of four Kadampa Temples in the world. Open for group visits and Temple tours. The Kadampa Temple provides group and individual meditation retreats and Buddhist courses and classes for all levels. Gift shop and cafe are open to the public. Well-priced guest accommodations (single to dorm).

Open daily YR 11:30am-4pm

Complimentary Breakfast Flush Toilets Groups Welcome Handicap Accessible Hot Showers Internet Connection Laundry

pond: 1
Rooms: 20 beds
Vegetarian: 1

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265 Main St
Hurleyville, NY 12747

Tel: 845-434-8044

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SULLIVAN COUNTY MUSEUM & SULLIVAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The Museum, Historical Society exhibits and archives are located in the historic 1912 Hurleyville School House. This is the premier spot in the county to not only learn about the fascinating history of the area but explore your own personal history as well. The Society maintains both permanent & changing exhibits of historical interest. In addition to newspapers & census records on microfilm, the archives contain marriage & death records, newspaper clippings, family histories, obituaries, maps & much more. Also housed in or associated with the Museum are the Frederick A. Cook Society exhibit & archives and the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop.

Open YR, Tues-Sat 10am-4:30pm & Sun 1-4:30pm

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Categories: Art · Attractions · Exhibits & Galleries · Historic Sites · Museum · Other Activities

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Covered Bridge Rd
Town Rd. 39
Livingston Manor, NY 12758

Tel: (845) 807-0261

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LIVINGSTON MANOR COVERED BRIDGE PARK

Scenic historic covered bridge built in 1860 has picnic tables and grills, and picnic pavilion (fee). Fishing available. Free admission. Groups of 20 or more require a park permit.

Open daily Mother's Day-Columbus Day 8am-dusk

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6615 State Rte. 97
Narrowsburg, NY 12764

Tel: (845) 252-6660 or (845) 807-0261

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FORT DELAWARE OF COLONIAL HISTORY

Costumed interpreters discuss & demonstrate the daily lives of the first European settlers in the Upper Delaware River Valley and their place in local and early American Revolutionary War history.  Blacksmithing, candle making, farming, cabin keeping, musketry & military drills, cannon firings and more.  Modern restrooms, gift shop and picnic pavilion. Lectures, reenactments, sutlers – something different every weekend from Memorial Day Columbus Day. Call ahead for schedule and hours: 845-252-6660.

Open weekends Mem. Day-Columbus Day

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16 Bova Rd.
Summitville, NY 12781

Tel: 845-801-0261

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D & H CANAL INTERPRETIVE CENTER AT LOCK 50 & LINEAR PARK

Historic remains of the former Delaware & Hudson Canal including a lock and wast weir.  Explore the life on the canal.  Learn about the lock system and enjoy the historic features of the site.  Hike along the canal towpath from Summitville to Wurtsboro.  Occasional special events.  Bookstore and restrooms in the Interpretive Center.

Open Mem Day-Columbus Day, Fri-Mon 10am-5pm

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