Nestled in the Catskills by the Hudson River Valley is the picturesque Schoharie County area. Rich in agricultural heritage and historical significance, Schoharie is brimming with eccentric natural wonders of the world, like prehistoric caves six million years in the making at Howe Caverns and 100-foot underground waterfalls at Secret Caverns. A unique educational adventure lies around every corner in Schoharie, starting with a visit to the many museums in the area, including: 1743 Palatine House Museum, Iroquois Indian Museum, Lansing Manor Museum, Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum and The Old Stone Fort Museum Complex. To fully enjoy nature, the Landis Arboretum in Schoharie offers 548 acres with 9 miles of hiking trails, native plant trails, gardens, habitats, ecosystems and stunning views. Similarly, Gilboa Historical Society is home to beautiful views and the oldest fossil trees in the world. Other must-see attractions in the area are Gobbler's Knob Family Fun Park and New York Power Authority. Simply put, visitors to the Schoharie County area can expect to be delighted by the unexpected.