New York is a popular destination in autumn for a number of reasons. Whether you are looking to get away for a weekend in the Catskills area to see some beautiful fall foliage, visiting a winery for the day, or heading out to Long Island to visit one of the many wineries or breweries booking a limo will make your time away even more enjoyable.
The fall brings with it great weather, clear skies, and perfect temperatures, and stunning vibrant yellow, red and orange foliage. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to travel to the North Fork of Long Island or up to Hudson Valley to experience fall in New York.
If fall foliage and wineries aren’t your thing, NYC is another great option. Early fall is a great time to catch a show on Broadway, while late fall you can begin to catch glimpses of the approaching holiday season. Fall is a great time to visit NYC before the holiday madness begins and the city is filled with tourists during December.
At Ambassador Limousine we can help you create the perfect fall outing for you and your group. Whether it’s just you and that special someone, or a large group outing we have limos, cars and party buses that are suitable for every size group. Plus you get unlimited stops, which means you can visit multiple wineries without ever having to worry about parking or designating a driver!
Here are some of our favorite stops in New York in the fall:
Bayard Cutting Arboretum
Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park is a state park located in Great River, New York and is the perfect place to spend an afternoon exploring their beautiful grounds.
Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park
Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park is located in Oyster Bay, NY It is an arboretum and state park covering over 400 acres located in the village of Upper Brookville. They also regularly offer outdoor and indoor concerts and art gallery showings.
Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard
The tasting room for this vineyard is located in a 19th-century farmhouse in Calverton and offers a variety of wines, including their Red Velvet Bordeaux–style blend. You can also visit their on-site corral to see Baiting Hollow’s rescue horses—including retired thoroughbred racehorses.
Visitors to the tasting room can choose from a number of flights or wines by the glass and can purchase artisanal cheese and charcuterie to accompany the wine. The vineyard shares the farm with Texas longhorns, Sicilian donkeys and a variety of other animals.
Martha Clara Vineyard
This winery is known for its top reds, Rieslings and Chardonnays. Guests can also reserve ahead for a private VIP tasting for up to six people.
Long Island’s largest winery is home to over 500 acres of vines and 23 different wines. They have an impressive tasting room and offer some of the state’s best sparkling wines and high-end red blends.
Jamesport Farm Brewery
The beer here is made with the farm’s own barley and hops grown on its 43-acre property in the middle of the North Fork’s wine trail. The tasting room and microbrewery are housed in a big old potato barn that opens onto a large lawn with tables and games.
Montauk Brewing Company
This brewery produces popular drinkable ales and the brewery churns out delicious seasonal one-offs, stouts, and Session IPAs. The taproom has a small outdoor patio and picnic tables, just like the beers, reflect that mellow Montauk mentality.
Moustache Brewing Co.
This craft brewery is located in Riverhead NY where they make fresh and delicious craft beer available for tasting in their tasting room or to take home. They offer a variety of craft beers perfect for every taste.
Catskills & Hudson Valley
Both the Catskills and Hudson Valley have many options when it comes to wineries, for a full listing of wineries in this area visit our winery guide directory.
In the Catskills you can also visit the historic 1969 Woodstock Festival site in Bethel and enjoy beautiful views along the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway.
Hudson River sites include the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in Kinderhook, apple picking in Livingston or even a visit to the Aerodrome Museum in Rhinebeck, NY.
New York City
Broadway is a must-see for anyone visiting New York City. There’s a show for every preference whether you are looking for comedy, drama or a musical. Visit their site for a full list of current shows.
Macy’s Holiday Celebrations
Macy’s begins to roll out their holiday events on November 1st meaning you can catch some holiday cheer early and before the crowds hit. For a full list of their events like Santa’s Village, the Thanksgiving Day parade and more visit their website.