1, 2, 3: Woodstock, NY Destination Guide

Opus 40

Woodstock, NY is the perfect place for those looking to explore outside of the concrete jungle of Manhattan. Here’s our official destination guide of the storied Catskills town. below.


Hotel Dylan

Hotel Dylan

If you’re renting a car, Hotel Dylan is ten minutes from the charming main street of Woodstock. Transformed from an abandoned motel into a vibrant retreat, each room is named after one of the rock n’ roll greats associated with Woodstock 1969.


Early Terrible

Early Terrible

Right off Tinker Street, this joint oozes cool and presents the unexpected. A restored barn with an outdoor courtyard, warm up near the fire pits while enjoying a Stormy Mojito and Wood Fired Burger. Great for lunch, late lunch or dinner.

Bread Alone Bakery

Bread Alone

A visit to Woodstock is not complete without visiting the dough based spot. Treat yourself to a chocolate croissant while scoping the shops in town. You won’t regret it!


Bearsville Center

Bearsville Center

Founded by music entrepreneur Albert Grossman who managed legendary successful performers of the 1960s and created Bearsville to be a place where musicians could live, work, eat and play.

Opus 40


A trip to world-famous outdoor sculpture park and museum Opus 40 is a requisite stop. Explore earthwork sculptures, acres of meadows, forested paths and bluestone quarries while taking in views of the Catskill Mountains.

Overlook Mountain Trail @thespottedbutterfly)
Pic by The Spotted Butterfly


A hike not to miss. This 4.6-mile round trip hike has gorgeous lookout points. You’ll come across mountain house ruins and a historic fire tower with impressive views of the Hudson River Valley.

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