A website ranked the top 13 underrated places in New York to take an out-of-towner. A Hudson Valley attraction placed first, with a number of others making the list.

With Times Square, Yankee Stadium, and the Statue of Liberty, New York City has a large selection of landmarks and attractions. Onlyinyourstate.com believes tourists who flock to New York should also check out a number of underrated spots that can’t be found in the city.

According to the website’s list, the most underrated place to take a tourist, the Storm King Art Center in New Windsor. The website calls the Art Center:

“One of the absolute most amazing sculpture parks you'll ever lay your eyes on, the Storm King Art Center is the perfect way to enjoy a beautiful day outside. Roughly an hour north of New York City, this downstate gem is made up of 500 acres where you can find unique art sculptures all over the property!”

A short drive from Storm King, Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring ranked 3rd. The “fairytale” 15-acre stretch of land is full of gorgeous flowers, ponds and rocks.

Peekamoose Blue Hole located in the Catskills placed 7th. It offers plenty of spots to settle for the day and crystal clear water.

Ulster County’s Kaatskill Kaleidoscope came in as the 8th most underrated place to take a New York tourist. The Mount Tremper location features the world’s largest kaleidoscope.

Onlyinyourstate.com’s underrated list just proves what many of us living in the Hudson Valley already knew. The local area is full of amazing attractions.