New York has plenty of small towns, each holding some intriguing history that attracts many locals as well as tourists to visit. Where some people are exploring for adventure, some just want to spend some good time learning and experiencing new localities. Whatever reason it may be it will definitely get you to stop by these towns. Mentioned below are some towns in New York City that have caught our attention.
Ticonderoga is a town in Essex County, New York near Vermont. The place has a friendly neighbourhood and amazing sights of the water, lakes, mountains and greenery that allures the people towards itself. At a distance of few miles, the American Revolutionary war was fought on the Fort Ticonderoga, which holds great significance in history. A stroll through this town is like experiencing what it was like living in the 18th century.
Many individuals; be it locals or tourists visit the New Paltz in Ulster County, New York, to know more about its history, even though the place is filled with adventure. One of the most fantastic attractions of this town is that its houses are still untouched and have the same outlook of how they were in the 18th century. The place is mostly crowded and busy, but its neighbourhood is safe and a lovely place.
Lake Placid, Adirondacks
A getaway to this town can get visitors to know more about this place. But over the years this town has been a host to Winter Olympics twice and many other sports activities. The competitors and visitors could enjoy the magnificent views and scenery with an ancient touch to the place.
Located on the banks of River Hudson in Dutchess County, Rhinebeck is another historic town in New York City. The town has one of the most ancient inns that are still in working ever since 1766. This small town has small cute shops, well-maintained streets, great restaurants and huge mansions and estates, adding to the beauty of the place.
This is the largest located in Nassau County and the most populated town that made our list. It is home to many historical landmarks and holds great significance. The town consists of 18 hamlets and 18 villages. This was a former hometown to America’s 26th president who resided in Sagamore Hill.