Area Attractions

Whether you’re in town to experience the Edward Hopper House Museum or tour Hudson River landmarks, Hotel Nyack is the ideal home base. Walk to Nyack museums and mansions from our High Avenue location, or drive north to visit the famed art collections at Storm King Art Center and Dia Beacon. Enjoy boutique shopping at the Palisades Mall and Woodbury Commons. Take a spirited hike up Bear Mountain, or do wine tastings in the picturesque Hudson Valley wineries along the Shawangunk Wine Trail.

Hotel Nyack

400 High Ave
Nyack, New York, United States, 10960

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Sleepy Hollow

Cross the Mario Cuomo Bridge to reach this village, famous for the most notable “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” host to Halloween events, and landmarks like the Philipsburg Manor.

Tarrytown

Step into America's Revolutionary War history and cultural past when you visit Tarrytown. With colonial mansions, tree-lined streets, and manor houses, this charming walkable village is located in the town of Greenburgh, N.Y., and has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 10 prettiest towns in the U.S.

Day Trips

Manhattan

Explore the best of Manhattan. Our hotel is only 19 miles from the historic Art Deco spire of the Empire State Building, a bustling Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, and other iconic landmarks. Shop Madison Avenue and hit places like Hermès, Chanel, Prada, and more.

Mario Cuomo Bridge

This architectural marvel spans 16,368 feet long over the Hudson River connecting Tarrytown and Nyack, and recently added a bicycle-pedestrian path stretching 3.6 miles. The massive crossing is considered one of the widest cable-stayed bridges in the world.

Hook Mountain

Discover some of the finest Hudson River views along Hook Mountain and enjoy a variety of trails to trek, hike or bike. The state park is ideal for bird-watching and includes 676 acres of mostly undeveloped preserved land and the Palisades Cliffs. Hook Mountain State Park was designated a U.S. landmark in 1980.