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Historic Tarrytown can trace its roots back to the mid 17th century, and many tourists visit the area to see the architecture from important periods throughout American history. From the early Dutch settlements, to the Revolutionary War, Tarrytown has often been a part of the story of the USA, and it was a popular area for wealthy settlers, with many impressive mansions to be found sitting amongst the leafy estates.

Things to see

The Lyndhurst Mansion has classic Gothic revival architecture, and its dramatic facade with spires and towers has seen it used as the backdrop for many movies. You can stroll around the 60 acre estate through winding trails, and then take a guided tour of the interior with its grand windows and high ceilings. The Tarrytown Music Hall has classic Queen Anne architecture and has been open since 1901. This means it's one of the oldest theaters in the area, and it still hosts a wide variety of live music acts, movie screenings, dance, and other cultural events. Sunnyside used to be the home to author Washington Irving, and this charming yet elaborate house has features that date back to 1690. Perched on the Hudson River it has well-maintained grounds, and a museum full of original furniture and artifacts from Irving's time in the house including his notes and manuscripts of his best known works.

Hotels in Tarrytown

Whether you're booking a Tarrytown hotel for business or leisure you're sure to be impressed by the wide range on offer. There are plenty of 3 and 4 star accommodation options on offer, and these offer excellent facilities such as indoor pools, fitness centers, bars, complimentary buffet breakfasts, business centers, and 24 hour front desk services. Guestrooms are also well equipped, and you'll find plenty of amenities that can include free WiFi, LCD televisions, kitchenettes with microwaves and refrigerators, iPod docks, and separate seating areas. Many places also have sofa beds or cribs for hire for those traveling with children, as well as daily housekeeping to keep your room pristine.

Where to stay

Tarrytown sits on the banks of the Hudson River, surrounded by upmarket New York neighborhoods with plenty of historic architecture. The downtown area has buildings dating back to the mid 17th century when the earliest Dutch settlers came to the area, and you'll find lots of galleries, museums, and antique stores full of reminders of the city's rich history. Tarrytown has a classic Main Street which is full of small, independent retailers, with many stores selling handmade goods and cozy cafés where you can stop and take a break from shopping.

How to get to Tarrytown

Westchester County Airport is just a 20 minute drive away from Tarrytown, and this small local airport has connections to large hubs across the USA. From here you can pick up a rental car, or pre-book one of the shuttles to Tarrytown for a quick transfer. LaGuardia Airport is also close to Tarrytown with the drive taking about 40 minutes during off-peak times. From here you can also take the bus to Hudson on the Metro-North railroad, then take a train directly to Tarrytown, with the journey on public transport taking just over an hour. The Tarrytown Metro-North Station is also useful for local journeys, with fast trains traveling between Grand Central and Poughkeepsie on a regular basis.

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