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"A Land Of Heritage and Culture"

Cold Spring Tourism

Located 44 miles from Manhattan, the Cold Springs village of Philipstown from Putnam County can be reached within 1.2 hours from New York Grand Central Terminal via Metro-North Railroad. Creating a boundary to Garrison and Nelsonville, the village lies in Hudson Highlands directly across West Point where the Hudson River is the deepest. 

Famous for being the birthplace of Union Army General Gouverneur Kemble Warren from the Civil War, Cold Springs has several well-maintained buildings from the 19th century and the central area is listed under the National Register of Historic Places. The day trip from New York will be enjoyable with hiking through Hudson Highlands State Park to enjoy the vistas of Breakneck Ridge, Mount Taurus, two lakes and campsite. Cold Spring will treat bibliophiles with Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library, naturalists with the traditional Alpine Stonecrop Gardens and art connoisseurs with the 20,000 square-feet Magazzino Italian art Museum featuring contemporary and Postwar Italian art at free of cost.     

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