Top 7 Best Places to Visit in Beacon, Dutchess, NY

Bannerman Castle

Bannerman Castle

The Bannerman Castle is a great place to spend a day with your family. The castle’s past residents will show you the real life of the castle.

The Bannerman Castle is a great place to spend a day with your family. The castle’s past residents will show you the real life of the castle.

Beacon Fine Arts Gallery

Beacon Fine Arts Gallery

Beacon Fine arts is exclusive distributor and publisher of limited edition fine art original serigraphs by Ted Jeremenko and Tomie dePaola.

Beacon Fine arts is exclusive distributor and publisher of limited edition fine art original serigraphs by Ted Jeremenko and Tomie dePaola.

Hudson Beach Glass Inc

Hudson Beach Glass Inc

Artists such as John Gilvey, Jen Smith, Michael Benzer and Jen Smith have made the studio their home.  

Artists such as John Gilvey, Jen Smith, Michael Benzer and Jen Smith have made the studio their home.  

Howland Cultural Center

Howland Cultural Center

It was built in the style of a New England summer home and incorporates elements of Norwegian Gothic architecture. 

It was built in the style of a New England summer home and incorporates elements of Norwegian Gothic architecture. 

Beacon Flea Market

Beacon Flea Market

More than 50 vendors will be present at the seasonal market, which is open April through November. 

More than 50 vendors will be present at the seasonal market, which is open April through November. 

Farmers Market

Farmers Market

The year-round farmer’s market, which is held every Sunday between 10am and 2pm, is one of the most popular events in the city. 

The year-round farmer’s market, which is held every Sunday between 10am and 2pm, is one of the most popular events in the city. 

Mount Gulian Historic Site

Mount Gulian Historic Site

Mount Gulian, which was built in 1730 overlooking the Hudson River was occupied continuously by the Verplanck family for over 300 years. 

Mount Gulian, which was built in 1730 overlooking the Hudson River was occupied continuously by the Verplanck family for over 300 years.