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Top things to do in Westchester County

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New Croton Dam (Croton on Hudson)
Ranked #1 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Dams; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #2 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
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Lyndhurst (Tarrytown)
Ranked #3 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Landmarks
This sprawling estate, built in 1838, is a National Historic Trust site.
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Sunnyside (Tarrytown)
Ranked #4 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Van Cortlandt Manor (Croton on Hudson)
Ranked #5 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Landmarks
An elegant 18th-century stone manor house that re-creates life during the Revolutionary period in America.
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Croton Point Park (Croton on Hudson)
Ranked #6 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Nature and Parks
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Ranked #7 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Museums
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Ranked #8 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Amusement Parks
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Science Barge (Yonkers)
Ranked #9 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Science Museums; Museums
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Croton Landing Park (Croton on Hudson)
Ranked #10 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Nature and Parks
Ranked #11 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Museums
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Ranked #12 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Historic Sites; Art Museums; History Museums
Historic home of the Philipse family; today serves as a museum of history, art and architecture.
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Ranked #13 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Nature and Parks
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Ranked #14 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Libraries; Traveler Resources
MacEachron Waterfront Park (Hastings on Hudson)
Ranked #15 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Nature and Parks
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Ranked #16 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Casinos; Horse Tracks
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Ranked #17 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Farms; Landmarks
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Peekskill Museum (Peekskill)
Ranked #18 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Museums
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Ranked #19 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Lighthouses; Landmarks
Southern-most of the 8 Hudson River live-in lighthouses.
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Pierson Park (Tarrytown)
Ranked #20 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Nature and Parks
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Westchester Hills Cemetery (Hastings on Hudson)
Ranked #21 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Cemeteries; Landmarks
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Hemlock Hill Farm (Cortlandt Manor)
Ranked #22 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Farms; Landmarks
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Tappan Zee Bridge (Tarrytown)
Ranked #23 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Bridges; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #24 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Museums
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Ranked #25 of 28 attractions in Westchester County
Category: Mountains; Nature and Parks
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Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: The Jay Estate in Rye is the boyhood home of American Founding Father, John Jay and generations of his descendants. Located... more » Owner description: The Jay Estate in Rye is the boyhood home of American Founding Father, John Jay and generations of his descendants. Located within the Boston Post Road Historic District this National Historic Landmark in Rye, NY boasts breathtaking views and is home to unique programs in American History, Social Justice, Architecture, Environmental Stewardship and more. It was recently added to NY State's Path Through History. It is a Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area destination and also 1 of 13 sites on the African American Heritage Trail where visitors can learn about the Jay family's antislavery legacy. 1907 Van Norden Carriage House and Visitors Center - Hours of Operation: October 1 - May 31: Open Tuesday thru Friday 10am - 4pm; June 1 thru September 30: Wednesday thru Friday 10am - 4pm and Docent Tours of the 1838 Jay Mansion are available Sundays June 1 - September 28 from 2pm - 5pm and by advance appointment throughout the year. « less
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