Lyndhurst was built by a mayor of New York city. It's an architectual treasure because when it was enlarged 30 years after construction it was done by the same architect. That helped to keep the original building intact. The interior can be seen by guided or self-guided tour. If you'll want to do the self-guided tour it's done by cell phone. Most of the funiture and artwork is original to the house. The docents share a lot of stories about the three owner of Lyndhurst with the visitors. A visit to Lyndhurst is well worth it especially on a sunny day because the gardens are lovely as well. If you can you should come in May or June when the Roses are in bloom.
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