Midtown Attractions

Midtown Kingston used to be the industrial center of Kingston and still is where there is some manufacturing on a small scale but is rapidly evolving to an ‘arts-based’ economy with the recent creation of the Midtown Arts District (MAD). Whether it is visual or performance arts, Midtown is home to numerous accommodating venues. Galleries like Cornell St Studios, the Artbar, and Broadway Arts exhibit the works of local artists on a regular basis. The grandiose Ulster Performing Arts Center (UPAC) presents world-class entertainment on a regular basis and music venues like The Anchor and Keegan Ales host multiple musical performances and occasionally comedy each week.

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Midtown Broadway Corridor

Attractions


    A.I.R. Studio Gallery
    71 O'Neil St
    Kingston New York 12401

    AIR (Artists-In-Residence) Studio Gallery is located in the heart of midtown Kingston, NY. This historic Kingston colonial storefront is over 100 years old and was built, owned & lived in by the same family until we bought it in 1991. We have lovingly restored and upgraded this beautiful building without sacrificing any of its antique […]


    Anchor
    746 Broadway
    Kingston NY 12401

    Welcome to the Anchor! Offering full menu specializing in local grass-fed beef burgers, fresh Americana Comfort Food, as well as Vegan/Gluten Free Options. Kitchen open late every night. Also we have 20 Taps of Craft Brew, Specialty Cocktails, Wine, and Full Bar. Live music most nights!! Quench your thirst with one of our 20 tap […]


    Cornell St. Studios

    Cornell Street Studios is a community based Multi Studio Complex that hosts themed art exhibits, craft fairs, fitness classes, fashion shows, car shows and other various events throughout the year. Their gallery and gift shop located on Cornell Street in Kingston is open Monday through friday and Saturdays by events and appointments. Browse and shop […]


    Green Kill
    229 Greenkill ave
    Kingston New York 12401

    Kingston City Hall

     City Hall is a red brick building in a late Victorian architectural style dating to 1873.  It sits on what had been the boundary between the villages of Kingston and Rondout prior to their merger to form the City of Kingston. City Hall is on the National Register of Historic places. www.kingston-ny.gov