Westchester County is chock full of activities and cozy living, a place to visit time and time again. Let me be your Tarrytown guide, as I list some travel tips to make your stay more inviting.
Located in Westchester County, Tarrytown is a picturesque suburb overlooking the Hudson River. An inviting atmosphere with historical homes, pleasant eateries, welcoming coffee shops, and attractive parks.
Take a walk along the harbor, past the waterfront homes, absorbing the lighthouse views, marina life, and floating waterfowl.
Open for tours, the Lyndhurst estate is 67-acres of green space, a four-story mansion, gift shop, bowling alley, and playhouse. Visitors will learn about former residents, how the property expanded over time, and experience the living quarters.
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[GREENBURGH NATURE CENTER]
For the kid in you, head on over to Scarsdale. The Greenburgh Nature Center is 33-acres of trails, ponds, an outdoor aviary, a Native American village exhibit, a meadow, farmyard, and garden, with a two-floor indoor exhibit, featuring an array of animals, and keepers on-site to foster an interactive experience.
Spend a night at the King mansion in a spacious Georgian era suite, fully furnished in antique decor, a canopied decked bed in luxury bedding, and a private balcony overlooking the sunrise and sunset from the Hudson River.
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