Rhinebeck located in the beautiful Hudson Valley is rich in history and has been an "it" place to live for centuries. Levi P. Morton, the 22nd Vice President of the United States, died in Rhinebeck and is buried in Rhinebeck Cemetery ... More info ›
Rhinebeck located in the beautiful Hudson Valley is rich in history and has been an "it" place to live for centuries. Levi P. Morton, the 22nd Vice President of the United States, died in Rhinebeck and is buried in Rhinebeck Cemetery. Another influential resident was John Jacob Astor IV, wealthy author and businessman, famous for being a casualty of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Also learn the story of George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr in Rhinebeck! Take a one-hour walking tour and discover the history, fame, and all the "insider" information on this small yet powerful European settlement that dates back to 1686.
Coined "The Hamptons of the North," Rhinebeck is a must-see & do destination spot in Hudson Valley in New York State. From George Washington to Chelsea Clinton and Alexander Hamilton to Paul Rudd, Rhinebeck is notable among the notable with stories full to tell. With a history dating back over 300 years, Rhinebeck Tour Company will take you on a fun-paced, lively tour that will educate and enlighten you on one of America's most beautiful small towns.
As you tour through the village, you will see a collection of varying architectural styles from late 18th through the early 20th century. Rhinebeck’s charm, however, is not found only in the architectural detailing of its buildings, but in the supporting environment of the streetscapes with large shade trees, bluestone walks, hitching posts, carriage stepping stones, well houses, period fences, barns, and carriage houses.