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Newburgh (New York)

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Newburgh is a city in New York.


Get in[edit]

  • Stewart International Airport serves the city.
  • Metro North Railroad accessible via the Newburgh-Beacon Ferry during peak hours connects to the Hudson Line, with frequent service to Westchester County and Grand Central Terminal in New York City.

Get around[edit]

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Washington's Headquarters, 84 Liberty St. The Hasbrouck House, which is part of the headquarters, was George Washington's longest-serving headquarters during the American Revolution.

Karpeles Manuscript Museum, 94 Broadway. The world's largest private collection of manuscripts and documents is spread between the Karpeles' 11 museums.

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The Wherehouse, 119 Liberty St. Large selection of craft beers; extensive pub food menu. (Sandwiches, burgers, wings, etc.) Draws a hipper and more laid-back crowd than some of Newburgh's other bars.

Pineapple Larry's, 44 Grand St. Usually slow earlier on, they really fill up after midnight.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Courtyard Newburgh Stewart Airport, 4 Governor Drive, +1 845 567-4800, Fax: +1 845 567-9550, [1].

Stay safe[edit]

Newburgh consistently ranks as one of the highest-crime cities in New York per capita. Much of the city -- especially the eastern half of it -- is blighted and tough-looking, full of abandoned rowhouses. Robbery and assault rates are very high compared to the rest of the state and the country, and there's a lot of drug activity too. It's a small city; wherever you go, even in nicer parts of Newburgh, you're only a few blocks from a higher-crime area. Use the same common-sense precautions you would in any city, and then some.


Get out[edit]

Routes through Newburgh
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