Hudson River Cruise and Motorcyclepedia Museum Tour with Brewery Lunch

What to expect
  • Board your deluxe air-conditioned coach, and enjoy beverages and light snacks served on board during the 2-hour drive from New York City
  • Head to Newburgh Brewing Company for lunch and a beer tasting
  • Hop on the Pride of the Hudson for your narrated cruise along the Hudson River
  • Behold an impressive array of motorcycles at the Motorcyclepedia Museum
You know what's cooler than motorcycles? Boats and motorcycles!

Take a cruise on the Hudson River and visit the Motorcyclepedia Museum on this day trip from New York City to the Hudson Valley and back. In the town of Newburgh, your day starts with a delicious lunch and beer tasting at Newburgh Brewing Company.

Then, enjoy narrated sightseeing of the Hudson Highlands aboard a double-decker boat, Pride of the Hudson. Disembark and head over to the Motorcyclepedia Museum, which features an incredible collection of bikes on display.

This tour will really rev your engine!

Note: Please list down the name and gender of participants in the special requests box.

There are three pickup locations for this activity with different departure times: Hampton Jitney Terminal in Calverton @ 6:30am, Exit 49 Park & Ride in Huntington @ 7:30am, and 3rd Avenue, Manhattan in New York City @ 8:30am.

Please indicate in the special requests box your preferred pick up location.

Minimum drinking age is 21 years old. A moderate amount of walking is involved.
Key Highlights
Price $199.00 per guest
Duration / Session 10.5 hours
# Sessions 1
All sales final; There are no refunds.

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