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!

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Super Bowl, Super Nyack!

Super Bowl XLIX is coming on February 1st, 2015. Make Nyack your destination for game-day fun! Stroll the streets in the afternoon, do some shopping, and maybe stop for a drink with some friends. When kickoff time comes choose from one of our great venues to cheer on your favorite team. Planning to watch the […]

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Great Chefs of Nyack: Chris Spezial of Nyack Gourmet

Learn from one of the Great Chefs of Nyack — Chef Chris Spezial of Nyack Gourmet prepares a pan-seared wild Chilean salmon over a pool of gazpacho. Nyack Gourmet is located at 21 North Broadway, just down the street from the Edward Hopper House Art Center. Stop by for breakfast or lunch, or pick up […]

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Looking Forward to 2015

Here’s a highly subjective and very incomplete list of Nyack stuff to look forward to in 2015: Nyack’s new skate park, scheduled to open spring 2015 in Memorial Park on the Hudson — with the Hudson River and Tappan Zee Bridge as a backdrop.   The Please Pick Project will transform Nyack into an edible village this summer. […]

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Reflecting on Nyack’s 2014

For this first post of 2015, here’s a very incomplete list of things we were excited about in 2014: We had our very first billboard! We’re on the wall at the Palisades Center. The 2014 Halloween Parade was Nyack’s biggest EVER! We had some movies (and TV shows) come to town — The Leftovers, The Skeleton Twins, […]

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