Historic Hudson River Towns
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Welcome to Tarrytown, New York!

A trip to Tarrytown offers visitors the perfect complement of history, dining, shopping and nature -- not to mention entertainment and first class lodging. From the majestic Hudson River views, including the Tappan Zee Bridge, to its Historic Districts showcasing 19th and 20th century architecture to its many unique shops and fine restaurants and hotels, Tarrytown offers something for everyone.

It was in Tarrytown that America's first recognized author,Washington Irving, made his home, Sunnyside, which is open to the public for tours and special events. One of the country's oldest operating theaters, Tarrytown's historic Music Hall offers a wide variety of entertainment.

A trip to Tarrytown offers visitors the perfect complement of history, dining, shopping and nature -- not to mention entertainment and first class lodging. From the majestic Hudson River views, including the Tappan Zee Bridge, to its Historic Districts showcasing 19th and 20th century architecture to its many unique shops and fine restaurants and hotels, Tarrytown offers something for everyone.

It was in Tarrytown that America's first recognized author,Washington Irving, made his home, Sunnyside, which is open to the public for tours and special events. One of the country's oldest operating theaters, Tarrytown's historic Music Hall offers a wide variety of entertainment.

The Captors' Monument in Patriots' Park, on the border between Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow, commemorates the capture of the British spy Major John André during the Revolutionary War. Many fine restaurants, some with river views, offer nearly every type of food imaginable. Easily accessible by car, train and boat, Tarrytown is a must-see stop on a trip to the Historic Hudson River Towns. For more information, see www.tarrytowngov.com or www.sleepyhollowtarrytownchamber.com

Events in Tarrytown

Exploring Tarrytown

Bella's Restaurant
5 South Broadway
(914) 332-0444
Mr. Nick's Brick Oven Pizza
21 North Broadway
(914) 366-0666
Coffee Lab Roasters
7 Main Street
(914) 332-1479
Courtyard Cafe, Marriott Courtyard
475 White Plains Road
(914) 631-1122
The Courtyard Cafe at Sunnyside (seasonal)
West Sunnyside Lane
(914) 591-8763 x12
Demeter's Tavern & Sports Bar
51 Old White Plains Road
(914) 631-9679
Equus, The Castle at Tarrytown
400 Benedict Avenue
(914) 631-1980
Horsefeathers
94 North Broadway
(914) 631-6606
Isabela's
61 Main Street
(914) 332-1992
Lefteri's Gyro
One Main Street
(914) 524-9687
Lighthouse Ice Cream Company
129 West Main Street
(914) 393-3683
Little b's
49 Main Street
(914) 631-2228
Main Street Pizza
47 Main Street
(914) 631-3300
Mint Premium Foods
19 Main Street
(914) 703-6511
No. 1 Chinese Food
53 Main Street
(914) 631-8082
Capri Restaurant, Bridge Shopping Center
350 South Broadway
(914) 631-5400
Ruth Chris Steak House
Westchester Marriott, 670 White Plains Road
(914) 631-3311
Silver Tips Tea Room
3 North Broadway
(914) 332-8515
Sunset Cove (Washington Irving Boat Club)
238 Green Street
(914) 366-7889
Sweet Grass Grill
24 Main St.
(914) 631-0000
Tarry Tavern
27 Main Street
(914) 631-7227
Tarrytown Delicatessen, Bridge Plaza
350 South Broadway
(914) 631-9622
Taste of China
17 Main Street
(914) 332-1625
TGI Friday's
240 White Plains Road
(914) 332-0960
The Tapp
17 North Broadway
(914) 703-6022
The Twisted Oak
61 Main Street
(914) 332-1992
Bistro 12
12 Main Street
(914) 909-2770
Sunnyside
Address: West Sunnyside Lane
Phone: (914) 591-8763
: Author Washington Irving once occupied this 1835 Romantic/Dutch Colonial Revival style estate, featuring a fully furnished and restored house, icehouse, gardens and wooded footpaths. Special events are often held in this picturesque location, so watch the Calendar of Events for Historic River Towns. Sunnyside is open daily April through November (except Tuesdays) from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and on weekends and for holiday events in December.
Lyndhurst
Address: 635 South Broadway
Phone: (914) 631-4481
The 1838 Gothic Revival mansion, considered the best example of the style in the country, was designed by Andrew Jackson Davis and owned, after 1880, by railroad magnate Jay Gould. The mansion, located just off Route 9, features 19th and 20th century decorative arts, furnishings and toys. It is a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Tours, educational programs and many special events are offered throughout the year. Lyndhurst is open Friday through Sunday from May through December,10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Historical Society Serving Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown
Address: One Grove Street
Phone: (914) 631-8374
A local museum that features: Native American artifacts; items from the area's early Dutch settlers; Revolutionary War memorabilia, including a display on the capture of André; references to Washington Irving; firearms; jewelry; clothing; items from World War I and II; and a fine collection of ephemera. Special exhibitions and events, lectures and guided tours are offered. The museum is free and open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 2 - 4 p.m.
Tarrytown Music Hall
Address: 13 Main Street
Phone: (914) 631-3390
This National Historic Landmark theater was built in 1885 for concerts, town meetings and cotillions. Many consider the distinctive building to be Westchester County's finest example of the non-residential style of Queen Anne architecture. The 840-seat Music Hall, with its excellent acoustics, has been host to some of the region's most prestigious performances. It continues to keep that tradition alive, with many music and performing arts events. No tours.
Warner Library
Address: 121 North Broadway
Phone: (914) 631-7734
This beaux arts building was funded by Mr. and Mrs. Worcester Warner, built in 1928, and has served the villages of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow ever since. The dramatic bronze door, imported from Venice, leads to a pleasant period reading room. An art exhibit, that is changed monthly, a concert series, and lectures and demonstrations make the library popular with residents and visitors.
Foster Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Address: 90 Wildey Street
Phone: (914) 631-2002
The church, founded by freed slave Amanda Foster in 1860, is the oldest black church in continuous use in Westchester County. It is said to have been one of the stops on the Underground Railroad.
Christ Episcopal Church (the 'Washington Irving' Church)
Address: Broadway & Elizabeth Streets
Phone: (914) 631-2074
The famous author pledged money for the construction of the Gothic Tudor style church -- and it was the scene of his large funeral in 1859. A slip of ivy given to Irving by his mentor, Sir Walter Scott, still flourishes on the exterior of the church and the rectory.
A Nu Toy Store
36.5 Main Street
(914) 372-7144
Ashwood Restoration
6 South Washington Street
(914) 631-9226
Askew NYC
4 South Washington Street
(914) 631-3298
Belkind Bigi
21 Main Street
(914) 524-9226
Bittersweet Antiques
37 Main Street
(914) 332-9832
Carol Master Antiques
10 Main Street
(914) 332-9832
Cherry Door
36 Main Street
(914) 631-0470
Chic Baby
38 South Boadway
(914) 332-1000
Flying Fingers Yarn Shop
15 Main Street
(914) 631-4113
Hank's Alley
15 North Washington Street
(914) 524-9895
Harnik Brothers Jewelers
6 North Broadway
(914) 631-3224
Heritage Frame and Picture
4 North Broadway
(914) 332-5200
Holston Jewelers
61 North Broadway
(914) 631-4850
Lyndhurst Gift Shop
635 South Broadway
(914) 631-6246
North Castle Antiques
28 Main Street
(914) 631-1112
Pretty Funny Vintage
80 South Broadway
(914) 631-3368
Piacente
38 Main Street
(914) 631-4231
Quirky Consignments
4 South Main Street
(914) 909-6524
Remember Me Antiques
9 Main Street
(914) 631-4080
Star Jewelry
3 Main Street
(914) 366-7440
Sunnyside Gift Shop
West Sunnyside Lane
(914) 591-8763 x12
Tappen 2 Gallery
51 Main Street
(914) 332-0880
Tarrytown Antique Center
25 Main Street
Tarrytown Art & Antiques
19 Main Street
(914) 524-9626
Tarrytown Cycles
16 Main Street
(914) 631-1850
Tarrytown Woodworks
6 South Washington Street
(914) 332-4189
Village Soccer Shop
40 Main Street
(914) 231-7577
Whimsies Incognito
35 South Broadway
(914) 631-3355
Patriot's Park
Phone: (914) 631-8389
Exactly on the border between Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow and next door to the Warner Library on Route 9, the park features a statue of John Paulding, commemorating the capture by Paulding and his fellow patriots, Isaac Van Wart and David Williams, of the British spy John André. André was seized while attempting to return to New York City with the plans for West Point, given to him by General Benedict Arnold.
Pierson Park
Pierson Park is a popular riverfront spot on West Main Street, with expansive views of the Tappan Zee. Good place for a picnic while watching the boat traffic on the river.
Old Croton Trailway State Historic Park
Phone: (914) 693-0529
The trailway runs on the top of the Old Croton Aqueduct through Tarrytown, from the Old Dutch Church Burial Ground in Sleepy Hollow to Sleepy Hollow High School. Through the business section of Tarrytown, the trail continues south across Route 87 to cross the grounds of Lyndhurst and Sunnyside before reaching Irvington. It is owned and managed by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and offers a scenic walk from northern Westchester County to New York City. The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct have published an award-winning map detailing the route of the trail and attractions along the way available, for $5.75 by calling 914-693-4117.
The Castle on the Hudson
400 Benedict Avenue
(914) 632-2200
Doubletree Hotel
455 South Broadway
(914) 631-5700
Sheraton Tarrytown Hotel
600 White Plains Road
(914) 332-7900
Springhill Suites
480 White Plains Road
(914) 366-4600
Tarrytown Courtyard by Marriott
475 White Plains Road (Route 119)
(914) 631-1122
Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center
49 East Sunnyside Lane
(914) 591-8200
Westchester Marriott
670 White Plains Road
(914) 631-2200

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Phone: 914-760-8067

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Phone: 914-232-6583

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