Hudson Amtrak Station: A Historic Stop

Explore the Hudson Valley by taking Amtrak to Hudson (HUD).
Hudson (HUD)
Hudson, NY Train Station
  • ATM available
  • No elevator
  • Payphones
  • Quik-Trak kiosks
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Ticket sales office
  • Unaccompanied child travel allowed
  • No vending machines
  • No WiFi
  • Arrive at least 45 minutes prior to departure if you’re checking baggage or need ticketing/passenger assistance
  • Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure if you’re not checking baggage or don’t need assistance
  • Amtrak Express shipping not available
  • No checked baggage service
  • No checked baggage storage
  • Bike boxes not available
  • No baggage carts
  • Ski bags not available
  • No bag storage
  • Shipping boxes not available
  • Baggage assistance provided by Ticket Agent
  • Dedicated accessible parking available
  • Parking is available
  • 35 short-term parking spaces
  • 150 long-term parking spaces
  • No parking attendant
  • Payphones
  • Accessible platform
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible ticket office
  • Accessible waiting room
  • Accessible water fountain
  • Dedicated accessible parking available
  • No high platform
  • Wheelchair available
  • Wheelchair lift available
  • Monday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
  • Tuesday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
  • Wednesday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
  • Thursday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
  • Friday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
  • Saturday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
  • Sunday:
    4:30 AM-11:00 PM
ITINERARY: its of Hudson and Beyond
BLOG: Olana State Historic Site

The City of Hudson is a major destination in the Hudson Valley. Just 60 miles south of Albany, and 120 miles north of New York City, the riverfront city, with a walkable Main Street full of antique shops and restaurants, has become a major tourist destination. Originally built in 1874, the station is the oldest continuously operated station in New York State. Nearby tourist attractions include Olana State Historic Site, the former home of painter Frederic Church and Basillica Hudson. Directly across the Hudson River lies the village and town of Catskill, home to the Thomas Cole Historic Site, as well as a bustling downtown with hip restaurants and shops and waterfront eateries.