Dutchess Tourism is committed to continuing to learn about ways we can make our destination more accessible. By communicating with local attractions, towns and businesses we can keep the conversation ...Read More
The number of accessible parks and recreational activities in Dutchess County continues to grow with new spaces being added every year so that everyone can enjoy the outdoors. Julie’s Ju...Read More
Enjoy many top attractions in Dutchess County including the Walkway Over the Hudson, The Culinary Institute of America, The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, the Fisher Center for...Read More
You will find a number of our hotels equipped to welcome you. Poughkeepsie has a number of new and renovated hotels including Hyatt Place, Homewood Inn and Suites, Residence Inn Marriot Poughkeepsie, ...Read More
From sensory-sensitive performances to sporting events, Dutchess County provides many opportunities for individuals of all abilities to enjoy the Hudson Valley's arts and culture, outdoor and hist...Read More
Dutchess County has been designated by The Anderson Center for Autism as the first Autism Supportive County in New York State. Many attractions within our destination are striving to be more access...Read More
Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro’s initial call to ThinkDIFFERENTLY in 2015 was all about making our community more welcoming and accessible to individuals of all abilities. This in...Read More
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