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!


March-April 2015 Exhibitions and Events at Edward Hopper House

EXHIBITIONS Philip Koch: Landscapes and Hopper Interiors Through April 12, 2015 Edward Hopper House presents a selection of paintings and drawings by Philip Koch (b. 1948), including large. vibrant landscape paintings as well as smaller oils and charcoal drawings of the interiors of both Edward Hopper’s Truro, MA, studio and of Hopper’s Nyack home. At […]

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Bald Eagles of Rockland County

The bald eagle was removed from the U.S. endangered species list in August 2007 after 40 years on the list. Today, eagles have returned to the Hudson River and can be found up and down its banks. The Nyack area is prime viewing territory, particularly in the winter when they congregate near open water. Look for […]

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What is First Friday?

First Friday is a village-wide event that takes place the first Friday of every month, all year long, rain or shine. Nyack’s First Friday was inspired by First Thursday in Seattle, and is a production of the Nyack Art Collective. First Friday features artists exhibiting their work in participating village businesses. The opening reception is […]

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The Tappan Zee Peregrine Falcons Are Back

Click here to view the Falcon Cam. High atop the Tappan Zee Bridge is a nest box that is home to a pair of peregrine falcons. These birds of prey mate for life. Nesting season is February through August, and we hope to see some new chicks in the spring. You can watch it all unfold […]

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Nyack Weekender: Have A Heart, Feb 6-8

by LeeAnn Mailly, Nyack News & Views Here’s your Fri-Sun rundown of what to do and where to do it. Friday In conjunction with American Heart Association, Nyack hosts the 2nd annual Village With A Heart weekend from Fri-Sun. The Nyack Art Collective hosts a First Friday of Art and the Heart to kick off the event! […]

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