| Sunnyside - Home of Washington
Irving author of Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
West Sunnyside Lane, Tarrytown
Manor - granted as a Patent to Stephanus Van Cortlandt in 1697 by King William III.
South Riverside Ave, Croton-on-Hudson
Lyndhurst railway tycoon Jay Gould's Gothic Revival country house.
635 South Broadway Rte 9, Tarrytown
|Thomas Paine Cottage and
American patriot, Founding Father and author of the letter 'now is not the time for summer soldiers' that George Washington ordered read to every soldier in the Continental Army.
983 North Avenue, New Rochelle
|Cudner-Hyatt Home two-story clapboard farmhouse built in the 1740's and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Appointed with mid-19th century furnishing, textiles and tools, it reflects the lives of the Cudners (1734-1836) and the Hyatts (1836-1972).
937 Post Road, Scarsdale
|John Jay Homestead State Historic
also known as Bedford House was the home of John Jay, first Chief Justice of the United States.
Rte 22, Katonah
Museum The Elijah Miller House was used as a headquarters command post during the battle of White Plains, October 28 1776.
Virginia Road, North White Plains
|Saint Paul's Church
National Historic Site
St. Paul's helps tell the story of the development of colonial society and the road to the American Revolution. Built in 1764, the church served as a hospital for the British Army during the Battle of Pell's Point.
897 So. Columbus Ave, Mount Vernon
|The Hudson River Museum &
Riverama, PLanaterium and a Victorian mansion with preserved period decor.
511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers
|Mesothelioma Community Resource Network||
Soundview Manor is proud to share resources with the Mesothelioma Community Resource Network. Family and loved ones of those undergoing cancer treatment at The Albert Einstein College of Medicine Cancer Research Center or consulting with an area mesothelioma lawyer will find comfort while lodging with us. Learn more about mesothelioma or how to join the network at the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance.
Centers, Preserves, and Sanctuaries, with marvelous trails at Pound Ridge, Teatown Lake
Reservation, Appalachian Trail.
Art: Storm King Art Center, Outdoor Sculpture Gardens at Pepsico, Newburger Museum.
Music: Caramoor; Boscobel, Westchester Conservatory Jazz Concerts.
Dance: Various, including Square and Country.
Fun and Games: State, County & Municipal Parks, Beaches, Pools, & Tennis Courts; Rye Playland; Muscoot Farm.
Antiquing: Lots of Shops & Estate Sales.
White Plains, New York