Day & Weekend Trips






Does history and preserv1725006_10202852988357854_4716145497266974811_n[1]ation appeal to you?

**Start with a walk around the square. ( History 360)

*Wander and look up individual houses at your leisure, using the Hudson Heritage Association’s updated site. Extra fun if you schedule your visit during June’s Home and Garden show.  (see Festivals below)

*Take some time to sit and study our iconic clock tower (and if you’d like a peek inside, here’s the online tour . )



Givits barnMaybe you’re unique and creative.

**Visit some vintage shops to see if you can score some “finds”…or some ideas. (DarrowvilleVintage )

*Check ahead, in season, for the location of the 2nd Friday Art Hop   or try one of the “paint and sip” parties around town.( PWAT )

*Register for a cooking workshop at WRSoC.




Need a little pampering after a rough week?

**Visit one of our local spas or salons for a little “me time   (2017Spa )

*Then top the day off with a fabulous restaurant or an overnight stay at one of our local inns.




homegardenAnchor your day with a festival, and your planning’s done.

**Main festivals happen summer through fall.  2018VisitorsGuide

*We also have weekly music in season, Saturdays at First & Main, Sundays on the Gazebo Green.

*And every Saturday morning is Farmer’s Market day during the summer.





Want to know what New Day Cleveland did on their day trip to Hudson?

See the video at:







The ABJ wrote a day trip highlight on us this summer:




6338ABestSignedExtend your Hudson weekend adventure with a trip to nearby Hale Farm & Village.  We have 3 small inns in Hudson, and the Hudson/Stow Courtyard has special rates if you click through here and mention the Hudson Visitor Center.


(For a flyer on Courtyard’s Stay & Explore program, click here:  stay&explore)


Visit Hale Farm & Village and spend the afternoon exploring historic buildings, experiencing a working farm (complete with sheep, oxen, pigs and chickens) and learning about historic crafts & trades such as candle making, blacksmithing, pottery, glassblowing, spinning and weaving.

Hale Farm & Village is open for general visitation from June through August (open Wednesday through Sunday 10 am – 5 pm) and September through October, weekends only (10 am – 5 pm).Throughout the winter and spring months, Hale is open for special events and educational groups.

Visit their website for details or call 330-666-3711



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