Enjoy historic NYACK, NY for family fun or a romantic adventure.
Only 20 miles from NYC – so close to home, and so close at heart!


Art & Soul on the Hudson.  That phrase captures much of the magic this energetic, eclectic village offers residents and visitors alike.

Nyack is…

  • an artistic and creative hub, providing unique opportunities to enjoy music, film, theater, crafts and art
  • a cultural center, steeped in the region’s rich history and architectural tradition
  • a recreational destination, for sailing, kayaking, fishing, cycling, hiking, swimming, and relaxation
  • a commercial center, known for its unique gifts, jewelry, antiques, clothing boutiques and eclectic shops
  • a haven for gourmets, gourmands and foodies of all persuasions, offering an impressive array of cuisines for fine dining, take-out, catering and cooking at home
  • a vibrant center for entertainment and nightlife at the pubs and late-night eateries.

… And it’s all welcoming and conveniently walkable. Just a short stroll through the heart of the Village of Nyack is an adventure — art and soul for all to enjoy!


The Last Weekender B4 Xmas: Sing, Skate, Shop & Rock

by LeeAnn Mailly, Nyack News & Views Here’s your Fri-Sun rundown of what to do and where to do it. Friday Skate with Santa at Bear Mountain Ice Rink! Adults $5, children (ages 4-22) $4. 8-9:30p at Bear Mountain Ice Rink, Bear Mountain State Park, Palisades Interstate Parkway. Sing We Enchanted, an a cappella vocal ensemble, […]

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New Nyack Video

Have you seen our latest video? Take a look here…   Thank you to our friends at Saluk Creative for putting this together.  

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Nyack Weekender: Let’s Go Shopping!

by LeeAnn Mailly, Nyack News & Views Here’s your Fri-Sun run down of what to do and where to do it. Friday Doug Gillard of Guided By Voices and Nada Surf performs originals and covers at Prohibition River. No cover. 9p, 82 Main St, Nyack. Saturday Still have a daunting holiday shopping list? Be merry, shop local and enjoy Free Parking in the […]

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Nyack Sketch Log: Fellowship of Reconciliation

by Bill Batson, Nyack News & Views This is the house where Martin Luther King would have slept.  Were it not for an assassin in Memphis in 1968, our nation’s Nobel Peace Prize winning champion of nonviolence would have made it to Nyack.  The purpose of his visit would have been to commune with the Fellowship […]

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Nyack’s Holiday Lights Are Lit!

Nyack is decked out in festive garb now that the lights have been lit. The annual “Holiday Lights of Nyack” celebration happened on Sunday, a day late but no less merry. Enjoy our slideshow of the evening, which featured the Hudson Valley Youth Chorus, Jeffrey Friedberg (and the Bossy Frog), and a visit from Santa […]

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