Hudson River State Hospital

Author urbanhighadventure - Last updated: 18.01.2014

A couple weekends ago my friend and I explored the Hudson River State Hospital and slept in their Kirkbride building. What an experience! This plot has dozens of abandoned buildings and we barely scraped the surface. Apparently we were lucky for not running into dangerous people/police. I’m glad we got to see it at all! Below is a link to a video which provides more details to our trip. Enjoy!

(note: I realize I put the wrong name in the video, "Hudson Valley State Hospital" instead of "Hudson River State Hospital." I will upload a fixed version later.)

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