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Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame, FarmersMuseum, Hyde Hall, Ommegang Brewery Tours, Fenimore ArtMuseum, and enjoy the spectacular autumn views of OtsegoLake. A must-do side-trip. Favorite restaurants: The Blue MingoGrill (on the lake), Alex & Ika
These natural caverns were first discovered in1842 and are now one of the top natural attractions in NY state.Descend 158 feet under the earth to view wondrous rock formations and take a boat ride on an underground river! Ridethe new zip line. Mention “Beekman Boys” for a 10% discount.
The Iroquois Indian Museum is one of the bestmuseums dedicated to Native American culture in the Northeast.
Summer home of many famous writers andartists including Willa Cather, Allen Ginsberg, WilliamBurroughs & more. Favorite restaurant: Rose & Kettle.
Winslow Homer, George Inness, Robert Henri,and Thomas Hart Benton are just a few of the American artistson display at the award-winning Arkell Art Museum. Favoriterestaurant: The Elephant Bistro.
A church that became a Revolutionary War stockade, a one-room schoolhouse, a Greek Revival home, anda historic Dutch barn are just a few things that make The StoneFort Museum Complex well worth visiting.
30. Beekman Farm.
The Beekman is only open for ticketed tours during Harvest Festival (Sold Out.) ButJosh and Brent will be on hand at the American Hotelto sign their new Beekman 1802 Heirloom Cookbook,Fri-Sun. 4:30-6pm only.
Sept. 24th & 25th
21. The Liquor Cabinet.
A great selection of wine,including several NY state varietals. Stock up for Harvest Festival partying.
22. Adelphi Paper Hangings.
Open House. 10am-4pm,Sat/Sun. See dozens of 18th and 19th century wall paper designs and the wood block equipment that produces it. Adelphi’s work hangs in such historic properties as Colonial Williamsburg, Museum of FineArts in Boston & the White House.
23. Anonymous Bookbinder.
Open House. 10am-4pm,Sat/Sun. Visit a traditional hand bookbindingworkshop specializing in the conservation andrestoration of rare books.
24. Clausen Ridge.
2-6pm Saturday & Sunday. Cometour the lavish historic summer home of beer magnateHenry Clausen and hear the future plans for the fullyrestored Clausen Ridge. The most spectacular views of the Mohawk Valley. Call 518.522.7274 to reserve your spot for the tour.
25. Sharon Springs Harvest Hop at Clausen Ridge.
Sat. 7-11pm. A traditional Harvest Dance, with amodern twist. Headliners:
The Leftover Cuties
.Opening Act: Owen Nied. Dance Cards will be given toall ladies in attendance. Refreshments for sale fromnationally famous, local Ommegang Brewery. For tickets, visit Beekman1802.com.
26. Sharon Orchards.
The first place Brent and Joshvisited in Sharon Springs. Pick your own deliciousapples, shop their store, and watch a 19c apple cider press in action.573 Chestnut St. 518.284.2510
27. Sunnycrest Orchard and Green Market.
Freshcider, doughnuts, and great country gifts. Also, duringHarvest Festival weekend, Sunnycrest will be holdingtheir annual Craft Fair.7869 State Route 10 518.284.2256
28. Sharon Tavern.
Saturday, 5:30-10pm. An authenticPig Roast! This spot is Josh and Brent’s favoriterestaurant for Friday nights on their way from the trainstation. A few miles east of town on Route 20. Call for Pig Roast Reservations 518-284-2354.
29. Black Pearl Restaurant.
Sharon Springs’ newesteatery, with a pirate theme. Try the Buffalo Burger from local “Grumpy Buffalo Farm.”
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