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Visting Cold Spring

Visiting Cold Spring

The Endless Skein is located on Main Street in the heart of Cold Spring, a historic village on the Hudson River. The village of Cold Spring is scenic, walkable, and accessible by both Metro North train and car.

Parking:

The Endless Skein offers parking lot access for our customers during your visit at our store. For the rest of your visit, there are a few options available in town, including a municipal lot on Fair Street, and limited on-street parking on Main Street. Residential streets surrounding Main Street may also offer parking options, but please be cognizant of signs and private property. The Cold Spring Metro North train station lot offers paid parking on weekdays, and free parking on weekends.

Grab a Bite:

The most popular brunch spot in the area just happens to be right across the street from our store! Hudson Hil’s is a great choice for a cozy breakfast or casual lunch, and one you’ll hear recommended by any local.

Dining out? Try the Cold Spring Cheese Shop, which has to-go options that include homemade mac n’ cheese, and even a mini cheese board if you’re looking for something a little different, or The Main Course (just a few blocks off Main Street) for a variety of takeout sandwiches, salads, and entrees.

For sit-down dining, you’ve got several tasty options. Try Cathryn’s for rustic Tuscan-style Italian, Riverview for seafood and pizza (plus, you guessed it, a river view), or Brasserie Le Bouchon for traditional French fare and a bottle of wine or two.

 

 

Craving something a little lighter? Try Sweet Harvest for a smoothie or acai bowl, with lots of vegan, dairy-free, and gluten-free options.

Retail Therapy:

Wanting to add to your wardrobe? Stop into Poor George (vintage and new clothing for the whole family, homewares and gifts), Wynono & Co (in-house millinery and vintage clothing), Swing (trendy boutique with adult and children’s clothing and accessories by a local designer), or Paulette (European-chic clothing, accessories) which even has a mini café inside.

Cold Spring also offers quite a few specialty stores, that are perfect for finding a special gift or souvenir. Pop by Split Rock Books for a thoughtfully curated selection of books for all ages, Pink Olive for stationery and whimsical gifts, Supplies for Creative Living for inspiring art supplies, Old Souls for a plethora of lifestyle and outdoor gear options, and Cold Spring Apothecary for natural household and beauty products.

Extra Boost:

Need an afternoon pick-me-up or a cozy drink to stay warm? Thankfully, there are multiple options for coffee and tea up and down Main Street, including The Pantry (coffee roastery, herbal teas and hand-pressed elixirs), or Cold Spring Coffeehouse (coffee, tea, and delicious homemade pastries).

 

Plan Ahead:

It’s always a good idea to verify store hours ahead of your visit or make reservations at restaurants if available, as hours often change seasonally and can be affected by inclement weather. We would suggest contacting any businesses you are interested in visiting directly for the latest information.

Less Crowds, More Parking:

Cold Spring is a popular tourist destination for visitors from the surrounding tri-state area, and on weekends year-round it can get very busy in town. For a quieter visit, we would suggest stopping by Monday-Thursday, when there is generally more parking available and the sidewalks are less crowded. 

Indoors/Outdoors:

For indoor activities, drop into Buster Levi Gallery right here in town, or plan a trip up to Magazzino, a beautiful Italian art museum located just a few minutes’ drive from Main Street.

For outdoor activities, gear up and hike one of the gorgeous trails accessible from the village via car or on foot, such as the Washburn Trail up Bull Hill (a strenuous hike, but with magnificent views of the river), Cornish Trail (through the ruins of the old Cornish Estate), or Fahnestock State Park's kid-friendly loop around Pelton Pond.

Trails maps are available at Old Souls or the Fahnestock park office on Route 301. Outdoor excursions do require planning ahead, so please check for weather advisories and take heed of all safety notices and precautions before heading out.

Nightcap:

Wind down your day on Main Street with a specialty beer to-go from Barber & Brew or a handcrafted wine from the shelves of Flowercup Wine.

Stay Awhile:

If you plan on making a whole long weekend out of your visit to our area, we’d suggest booking a room at a local B&B or Inn.
Hudson House offers suites with views of the river, plus complimentary breakfast with your stay at their lovely in-house restaurant, so you can start and end your day in Cold Spring all at one location. 

Pig Hill Inn is a charming little B&B located in an ivy-covered, 19th century building just steps away from some of the most popular shops on Main Street.

There are so many great shops, restaurants and activities in our area (with new ones opening up often!), so be sure to check out the comprehensive list of businesses on the Cold Spring Chamber of Commerce website, or grab a tourism map the next time you’re at The Endless Skein!