5 Best Places to Get Married in the Hudson Valley

Getting hitched in unique locations is all the rage with brides and grooms these days. From an elaborately designed theatrical tent to a snow-capped mountain top, here are five of the Valley’s most unusual wedding locales


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Getting married — to quote a well-worn phrase — just ain’t what it used to be. Not all that long ago, many brides exchanged vows with their grooms after walking down the aisle of the local church, organ music swelling in the background. Today, couples are pledging to love, honor, and cherish each other on a sandy beach, among the gravestones in a cemetery, in the stands at Yankee Stadium — even while sky-diving. Along with its laundry list of historic properties and bucolic farms, the Valley offers several uncommon sites — from an 18th-century barn to a replica of a Norman castle — where you can begin your life of wedded bliss.

Skip ahead:
» The Circa 1799 Barn, Ancramdale
» River Rose Cruises, Newburgh
» The Spiegeltent, Annandale-on-Hudson
» Hunter Mountain, Hunter
» The Castle on the Hudson, Tarrytown

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