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Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce     Kingston Uptown Business Association

Kingston Attractions

While you are visiting the Catskill Mountain Railroad in Kingston, New York, there are many other great things to see and do while you’re here! Historic Kingston is also home to many great restaurants and family activities as well. Here are just a few you might want to consider.

The Catskill Mountain Railroad offers these attractions as suggestions only, and is in no way affiliated with the businesses and services listed below. Many attractions are seasonal in nature, please check individual listings to confirm times and dates of operation.



Kingston Plaza Shopping Center – Catskill Mountain Railroad is located in the Kingston Plaza. Visit our neighbors before and after fun train excursions!

Herzog’s Home Center of Kingston 151 Plaza Road, Kingston – Herzog Supply Company is proud to celebrate over 100 years of service to their community

Kenco 1000 Hurley Mountain Rd, Kingston – For all your sporting goods and apparel needs, the work and play outfitters.

Uptown Face and Beauty Studio 333 Wall Street, Uptown Kingston – CMRR community affiliate for events like Rails of Terror provides services for shopping and beautifying.



Savona’s Plaza Pizza Kingston Plaza – Mouth-watering pizza, wings, calzones, wraps, subs, and Italian dinners and salads.

Savona’s Trattoria 11 Broadway – A casual-styled Italian restaurant, located in the old Opera House on the Kingston waterfront.

Picnic Pizza & Family Restaurant (845) 331-3000 – 501 Washington Ave – Traditional wood-fired pizza oven and Italian specialties.

Frank Guido’s Little Italy (845) 340-1682 – Family Style Dining in the heart of Kingston – 14 Thomas Street – Our specialty is to serve family style and our dishes are meant to be shared

Christina’s Restaurant 812 Ulster Ave – Homemade Italian favorites for lunch and dinner.

Kingston Candy Bar 319 Wall Street, Kingston – A Candy store and a whole lot more. Nostalgic Treats and Hudson Valley Sweets!

Armadillo Bar & Grill 97 Abeel Street – Southwestern and Mexican cuisine with a Nuevo Latino twist.

Hoffman House 94 North Front Street – Continental fare offered in a restored 1679 Dutch farmhouse.

Ship to Shore Steak & Seafood 15 West Strand – An intimate American bistro located in a historic 1870s storefront.

Deising’s Bakery & Restaurant 111 North Front Street – An award-winning restaurant and bakery.

Deitz Stadium Diner Restaurant 127 North Front Street Kingston – Where everybody is treated like family

Santa Fe Uptown 11 Main Street – An authentic Mexican restaurant with a lively and festive atmosphere.

Kyoto Sushi & Japanese Cuisine 337 Washington Ave. – Authentic Japanese cuisine, sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and tempura.

Boice Bros. Dairy (845) 338-3506 – 36 Oneill Street – Great ice cream and dairy-fresh milk, butter, and more!

Opa! Authentic Greek 333 Wall Street – Spacious, stone-clad Greek mini-chain serving gyros, souvlaki & moussaka in a warm, lively space.

Boitsons (845) 339-2333 – 47 North Front Street – Uptown Kingston – Dining and seasonal porch

Olympic Diner (845) 331-2280 – 620 Washington Ave – Open 24 hours for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


Best Western PlusKingston 503 Washington Ave. – The Best Western Plus has a special room rate for Catskill Mountain Railroad passengers.

Hampton InnKingston 1307 Ulster Ave. – Microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker in every guest room.

Rondout Inn 79 Broadway – Peaceful accommodations in an 1820s building near the waterfront.

Schwartz’s Inn 70 North Front Street – Located in the historic Stockade District.

The Stone House 476 Old Route 209, Hurley – Unique accommodations in the historic Cornelius Kool House.



Trolley Museum of New York 89 East Strand – Take a ride to Kingston Point over former Ulster & Delaware rails and learn about the history of trolley transportation in America.

Hudson River Maritime Museum 50 Rondout Landing – Indoor and outdoor exhibits preserving the maritime history of the Hudson River and the industries that developed around it.

Senate House State Historic Site 296 Fair Street – Amidst the turmoil of 1777, New York’s first Senate met in this simple stone house that has been preserved as a museum.

Friends of Historic Kingston Museum 63 Main Street – Home of the Fred J. Johson Museum, Historic Kingston Museum, and Stockade District Walking Tours.

Saugerties Lighthouse 168 Lighhouse Drive, Saugerties – Built in 1869 at the mouth of the Esopus Creek, offering overnight accommodations, public tours and special events.