CALLICOON MOVIE THEATER
Refurbished 1948 post Art Deco 380 seat single screen country cinema with Dolby digital audio. Presenting current popular films and award winning alternative & foreign films. Voted the “Best Movie Theater” in the region annually since 1996 by moviegoers, and honored by the US Congress and New York State Assembly.
THE BETHEL WOODS – CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a $100 million performing arts center located on the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, set within 2000 bucolic acres. This state of the art venue, with a 15000 person seating capacity, hosts a diverse selection of artists and orchestral performers, such as the Boston Pops, New York Philharmonic, Brad Paisley, Ringo Star, Taylor Swift, Brooks & Dun, Bob Dylan, Sting, the Dave Matthews Band, Rascal Flats, etc. Other venues at the center include a 1000 seat outdoor Terrace Stage, and an intimate Event Gallery for performances, lecture series and special events.
THE SHANDELEE MUSIC FESTIVAL
During the summer months, The Shandelee Music Festival presents an outdoor classical Sunset Concert Series, set on 75 acres of natural, tranquil beauty.
CATSKILL ART SOCIETY
The CAS cultivates public interest and participation in the arts through exhibitions, classes, and events.
48 Main Street, Livingston Manor, NY 12758
Phone: 845 436-4227
CATSKILL FLY FISHING CENTER & MUSEUM
Museum, gift shop and education center on 53 acres bordering the Willowemoc River. Committed to preserving the past, protecting the present, and promoting the future of fly-fishing. Birthplace of American fly-fishing. Activities include educational programs, workshops and special events.
THE MUSEUM AT BETHEL WOODS
The Museum at Bethel Woods is an immersive and captivating multi-media experience that combines film and interactive displays, text panels and artifacts to explore the unique experience of the Woodstock festival, its significance as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation, and the legacy of the Sixties and Woodstock today.
ROSCOE O&W RAILWAY MUSEUM
The museum complex consists of the O&W refurbished caboose on the site of the Roscoe Station, the original trout weather vane and train signal, the Cooks Falls and Roscoe watchman shanties, the Beaverkill Trout Car, and the O&W Station motif building. The museum contains O&W artifacts and memorabilia, other “railroadiana”, and local history displays showing the impact of the O&W on community life, hunting, fishing, farming, tourism and local industries.
7 Railroad Avenue, Roscoe, NY 12776
Phone: 607 498-5500