From the center of Goshen two rewarding side trips can be taken.
On a quiet country road in an 1830's barn visit the Open Talon Gallery. This is the studio of Clint Thorn, an award winning furniture artist that has been making one of a kind pieces for more than 20 years. His work reflects clean, classic lines that blend artistry and function into each piece created.
For a change of pace, visit Action Wildlife Foundation. From the center of Goshen, at the junction of Rte. 63 and Rte. 4, take Rte. 4 east for two miles, the Foundation is on the left.
Action Wildlife Foundation, Inc. offers visitors the unusual opportunity of observing and learning about animals from North America, Africa, India, New Zealand, Asia and the Artic first hand.
Visitors can drive or walk this 116-acre game park by foot or hayride, April through November to view more than 32 exotic species totaling nearly 200 animals, from around the world. The complex also includes a Museum and Exploration Center(open daily year round) showcasing taxidermy animals from around the globe displayed in the their natural settings. A petting zoo, live reptile center, large iguana habitat and hands on educational center for children complete the experience.
To continue the tour, retrace your steps to the center of Goshen.