Visit Sleepy Hollow

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Historic Sites:

 
Take a tour or a stroll through the gorgeous Sleepy Hollow Cemetery,
where the Horseman haunts...
 
          
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Stop by The Old Dutch Church while visiting the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, for some more Horseman history.
 
 
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Visit Kykuit, (the Rockefeller Estate), a 40-room mansion-turned-museum in Pocantico Hills, a stone's throw from the town of Sleepy Hollow.
The stunning gardens and absolutely incredible art collections are just a whisper of what you and your family are sure to experience here.

 

 

(photo credit: hudsonvalley.org)

 

(photo credit: hudsonvalley.org)

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Sunnyside, (built in 1835), was the long-time home of Washington Irving, famed author of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow".

Beautiful and inspiring, perhaps it'll give you just what you need to create another legend!

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The Union Church of Pocantico Hills, built in 1921, was part of the Rockefeller family's development plan for the area surrounding the family estate of Kykuit.

With memorial stained glass windows designed by artists Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall, this is a stop you won't want to miss.

(photo credit: hudsonvalley.org)

(photo credit: hudsonvalley.org)

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Philipsburg Manor is filled with actors and historians providing first hand account reenactments that transport visitors back to the year 1750.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience learning about slavery in the north and what life was like for people living and working in a bustling milling and trading post over 260 years ago. 

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Take a tour through Lyndhurst Mansion and marvel at the castle-like Gothic Revival home built in 1838.
 
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