By Amtrack train from NYC or points north
Service via the Amtrack Adirondack (NYC to Montreal) line. Approx. 2 hours travel time from NYC Penn Station.
Leave train at Hudson Station. Walk up Front St. Right turn onto Warren St. (Nine walkable blocks of art, antiques, gormet and casual dining and much more.)
Taxis are readily available at the train station.
By Car: Travel Distance and Times
Mid-town Manhattan – 2 hrs 15 minutes – 120 miles (via Taconic Parkway)
Boston – 2 hrs 45 minutes – 160 miles (via Mass Pike and Taconic Parkway)
By Car: Directions
From the South via the Taconic Parkway
Take the RT-82 exit toward ANCRAM / HUDSON.
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto NY-82.
NY-82 becomes US-9 / NY-23.
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto US-9.
Turn LEFT onto WARREN ST / US-9.
From Boston and the Berkshires
Mass Pike (Rte 90) west to end. Continue on NY Thruway Extension (Rte 90) approx. 12 miles to Taconic Parkway.
From the North on Taconic Parkway
approx. 18 miles to NY Rte 23 Claverack Hillsdale exit.
Take a right onto Rte 23 towards Claverack.
Drive west on Rt 23 approximately 10 miles then straight ahead at interesction with State Rte 23B into Hudson
From I-87 (NY Thruway)
Take EXIT 21 toward RT-23 / CATSKILL / HUDSON.
Turn LEFT onto CR-23B.
Merge onto NY-23 E via the ramp on the LEFT.
Follow NY-23 over the Rip Van Winkle Bridge.
Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto NY-23B / NY-9G / RHINEBECK-HUDSON RD.
Continue to follow NY-23B / NY-9G.
Turn RIGHT onto WARREN ST.
Parking is generally available on Warren Street. Some parts of Warren St. have parking meters. These operate 8am to 6pm Monday through Saturday excepting holidays. Additional parking can be found in public lots one block on or one block from Warren St.
Overnight Parking – SPECIAL NOTE
Throughout Hudson there is alternate side of the street parking between midnight and 8 am.. This means that, for example, if TOMORROW is an EVEN Calendar day, park on the EVEN side of the Street the evening before. Similarly, if TOMORROW is an ODD calendar day, park on the ODD side of the street the evening before.