Enjoy many top attractions in Dutchess County including the Walkway Over the Hudson, The Culinary Institute of America, The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, Dutchess Stadium, a wide variety of events at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, and Dia Beacon – a major contemporary art museum.
Catch America's pastime at Heritage Financial Park, home of the Hudson Valley Renegades—the High A affiliate of the New York Yankees. In partnership with Curemark, a designated Sensory Safe Suite is available for families with children on the autism spectrum and with special needs. Read More
Known for showing international, indie and documentary films, Upstate Films in Rhinebeck provides its audience with a diverse and eclectic mix. Starr Cinema offers open caption screenings every Thursday which include subtitles and descriptions directly on the screen.
Having contracted polio at the age of 39, President Roosevelt continued to hold elected positions despite his physical disabilities and became a symbol of leadership, strength and perseverance to the American people. The Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Educational Center and the Museum and Library building has closed-captioning on screens, elevators and resting benches, and an audio description guide with over 13 hours of narration in English and Spanish. Some exhibits are interactive with tactile objects. Read More
Bardavon 1869 Opera House is the oldest continuously operating theater in New York. From the Hudson Valley Philharmonic to author David Sedaris, the 944-seat performance space provides accessible seating, sensory-friendly performances and audio loop technology. Read More
The Center for Performing Arts features an array of amenities that make it accessible and inclusive for all, including sensory-friendly performances, accessible parking and restrooms, and audio assistance. Read More