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Hudson Valley Prohibition Era Distillery Tour and Tasting

Hudson Valley Prohibition Era Distillery Tour and Tasting - Poughkeepsie, New York

Duration: Flexible
Location: Poughkeepsie, New York

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$5.00

Tour historic prohibition era bunkers and see portions of tunnels established by famous mobster, bootlegger Dutch Schultz. See the historic site where Dutch Schultz was raided during the prohibition ... More info ›

Tour historic prohibition era bunkers and see portions of tunnels established by famous mobster, bootlegger Dutch Schultz. See the historic site where Dutch Schultz was raided during the prohibition. Dutch Schultz was a major player during prohibition, his story was made into a movie, Billy Bathgate, and portrayed in Cotton Club and Boardwalk Empire. The fact that the entire bootlegging operation was underground was very unique. The first two times the FBI came to the site in 1932 they couldn't find the distilling operation. The third time, they discovered the operation via a tunnel entrance. Only two men were captured while the rest of the workers escaped through miles of tunnels. When the FBI shut it down, they found three stills, 15000 gallons of mash and 10,000 pounds of sugar. The site was brought back to life by a new 13,000 square foot barn, built over the entrance to one of the tunnels.

Enjoy a unique chance to step back in time and tour a prohibition era distillery site established by infamous mobster/gangster Dutch Schultz. Upon arrival, while waiting for your tour to start, you can peruse archival material from the prohibition, a copy of a telegram to Hoover, photos of the historic site and of Dutch Schultz. On this tour you will see inside the prohibition tunnel and photos from interior of tunnels. You'll tour a distillery and go through a prohibition-era bunker where bootlegging once took place. Learn more about Arthur Fleigenheimer also known as Dutch Schultz. You will see the spring where bootleggers drew water and original historic chicken and turkey coops and tunnels entrance that hid the entire bootlegging process from Feds.

Your tour ends in a New York craft beverage tasting room where you'll sample 3 NY spirits. You will also have the opportunity to buy and bring home some Hudson Valley products from the NY Farmer's Market. A tour guide accompanies you around the property pointing out areas and items of significance from this Prohibition era historic distillery.

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Private Hudson Valley Winery and Distillery Bike Tour

Private Hudson Valley Winery and Distillery Bike Tour - Poughkeepsie, New York

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Poughkeepsie, New York

From USD
$995.00

Enjoy this 10-hour private tour with a bike ride in the Hudson Valley, one of the most spectacular regions for both scenery and artisan food and wine. Leave New York City behind by train and meet your guide in  Poughkeepsie to begin your ride with stops at three local distilleries and wineries ... More info ›

Enjoy this 10-hour private tour with a bike ride in the Hudson Valley, one of the most spectacular regions for both scenery and artisan food and wine. Leave New York City behind by train and meet your guide in  Poughkeepsie to begin your ride with stops at three local distilleries and wineries. This tour includes lunch, bikes and necessary equipment, and tastings.

Take the Metro-North Hudson Line train from Grand Central Terminal to Poughkeepsie (rail fare included) and meet your guide at the station with your bikes, ready to start you the day's journey. The recommended train leaves Grand Central at about 8:48am. You can stow your belongings in a support van as well as have a snack including energy bars, fruit, and water before embarking on this tour.

Once the ride begins, it’s a 15.5 mile (25km) ride to the first stop at Gardiner Liquid Mercantile. Receive an overview of the region’s wine, spirit, and cider industry along with a sampling of a few local ciders paired with a lunch that is expertly prepared using food that is produced locally, including farms that you will have just ridden through.

From there, it’s an additional 1.8 miles (2.9km) to the second stop at Tuthilltown Spirits, where you can take a tour of the distillery and have a tasting of their excellent whisky.

Travel 2.6 miles (4.1km) more to the third and final stop, Whitecliff Vineyard and Winery. Approach the winery using local roads with beautiful views of the Shawgunk Ridge.

Take your time and enjoy each stop. After you are done at the winery, a shuttle will transport your group back to the Poughkeepsie Train Station for the ride back to New York City. Exact train times cannot be guaranteed. However, trains leave hourly and take approximately two hours to reach Grand Central.

While going through the various stops on this tour, guides will transport any wines or spirits that have been purchased in a support vehicle so they don't have to be carried on the bike while riding. Return to your departure point at approximately 7pm.

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3-Day Hudson Valley Bicycle Tour

3-Day Hudson Valley Bicycle Tour - Poughkeepsie, New York

Duration: 3 days
Location: Poughkeepsie, New York

From USD
$408.28

Explore the beautiful Hudson Valley on your bicycle with easy access to and from New York City via Metro-North Railroad. This bike tour hits all of the highlights: beautiful scenery, waterfalls, swimming holes and plenty of local food and wine ... More info ›

Explore the beautiful Hudson Valley on your bicycle with easy access to and from New York City via Metro-North Railroad. This bike tour hits all of the highlights: beautiful scenery, waterfalls, swimming holes and plenty of local food and wine. Full vehicle support is offered: friendly staff will carry all of your stuff, pick you up if you get stuck or need help, and transport any wine you buy. Breakfasts and dinners are also included. You are able to drop-off your gear a few days before the tour so you don’t have to carry it with you while you ride. Then hop aboard Metro-North Railroad (discounted rail fare available) and enjoy an exciting 3-day ride!

Day 1 - 23.3 miles. Mostly flat rail-trail. Rolling hills in other spots.
Start at the Wassaic Metro-North station which is located at the beginning of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. This is a beautiful car-free trail that takes you through fertile farms and historic towns. A quiet rural road is also used in one area since there is a gap in the trail. The route is entirely paved and there are various services along the route, as well as historical markers which explain the history of this fascinating region. Lunch is “on your own”, but there are plenty of places to stop, including the quaint Village of Millerton.

The trail ends at Taconic State Park in Copake Falls where camp is set up. Since you will likely have time before dinner, you have the opportunity to explore a lot of what this park has to offer. Highlights include a short hike to Bash Bish Falls, exploring the historic iron works or swimming in an abandoned ore pit. Once we are settled in, dinner is served in the park’s picnic pavilion, where will be doing a cook-out.

Day 2 - 46.7 miles. Rolling hills.
Day 2 starts with breakfast served at the campground. Then ride westward towards the Hudson River on back roads with very little traffic. This will be a longer and more challenging ride than Day 1, but you also have all day so you can take your time.

Lunch is again “on your own” but you will have plenty of opportunities for breaks. Highlights include the historic Village of Red Hook as well as a potential swim at Lake Taghkanic State Park. After vaulting across the Hudson River on the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, you can explore historic Kingston before turning south for the last few miles, winding along the Roundout Creek on your way to Rosendale.

Rosendale is a town once known for its cement plant. Today it is better known as a local artists community featuring an interesting main street located in a steep valley. Live music is usually offered somewhere on any day.  Once again, dinner will be served at the campground.

Day 3 - Choice of route, ranging between 19 or 41 miles. Mostly flat rail-trail. Rolling hills in other spots.
Day 3 starts with breakfast. After we pack up, we ride up to the top of a massive train trestle…which is now the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail. After taking your pictures of the gorgeous valley beneath you, you’ll start riding south on this beautiful pathway.

The shorter distances of Day 3 allow for time to explore. Those looking to ride the shortest route will get to experience the fantastic “Walkway over the Hudson”, an abandoned railroad trestle which was converted into a walkway that takes you to Poughkeepsie and the train home. Those looking to do a longer ride will have the option to add on a distillery tour, vineyard and wine tastings. (Additional costs apply)

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