A serene, almost abandoned town North of Hudson 2.5-hour ride from NYC may be an unlikely destination for an occasional explorer. For the most part the town of Kinderhook, the birthplace of Martin Van Buren (America’s eighth president), is an uneventful array of stunning homes with colored doors and exquisite enamel street signs.
The current exhibition, “The Coffins of Paa Joe and the Pursuit of Happiness” is on view until the end of the year. See the list of works and artists on view.
25 Broad St., Kinderhook, NY
Open Saturdays 11—5
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