Nyack, NY is known as “Art and Soul on the Hudson,” and with good reason. Home to a multitude of art galleries, museums and world-renowned artists, it is a riverfront town suffused with creativity. Historic and youthful. Picturesque and festive. Nyack is a charmingly eclectic place to visit and to live. Why?
Here are some of our favorite reasons:
The Hudson River
Dock your boat at the marina, stroll along the shoreline and take in the exquisite sunset from the Riverview restaurant district. And, Manhattan is only 19 miles downriver!
Unique Shops and Restaurants
Small, locally-owned boutiques and café’s with hard to find and one-of-a-kind items. Antique shops, European style bakeries and café’s, chocolatiers, yoga studios, skateboards and records, bookstores, sustainable housewares, gifts and clothing harmonize with upscale eateries, wine bars and pubs. Here’s a sampling:
8 North Broadway
Patisserie Didier Dumas
The Kiam Record Shop
The Runcible Spoon
Tree of Chocolate
Hickory Dickory Dock
Metal and Stone Jewelers
Archive Home Nyack
Alumni Skate Shop
From critically-acclaimed local theater, music, and film, to famous curated collections in the Hopper House, Nyack has something to offer every art lover. Nyack is also a frequent filming location for various televisions shows and features, including big budget productions and indies alike.
Something’s Always Happening
Art Walks. Farmers’ Markets. LGBT/Gay Pride Events. Movie Festivals. Performance Arts. Street Fairs. Music in Town Square or Memorial Park. Night Life. Come celebrate in Nyack. http://visitnyack.org/
Pierre Bernard, subject of The Great Oom, was an early 20th century yoga pioneer who founded a famous and controversial yoga commune on a riverfront estate in Nyack, making Nyack one of America’s incubators of our national passion for yoga.
Check out The Nyack Sketch Log for more stories of Nyack’s interesting History.
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