Irvington Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Irvington; our list of the best things to see, including Lyndhurst, Lyndhurst and Buy Fitness Stuff.
  • The best place in Irvington: Lyndhurst


    635 South Broadway, Tarrytown
    Grounds Fee & Tour Fee. "America's most famous Gothic Revival Mansion", formerly home of railroad tycoon Jay Gould. The gothic exterior has been used in vampire movies like "House of Dark Shadows", 1970. This National Historic Landmark has 67 acres of grounds and walking trails that are open to the public every day from dawn until dusk. House tours are available Spring through Fall. The schedule varies so see website for details.
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  • Lyndhurst

    635 S Broadway
    A Gothic-styled mansion, formerly home of railroad baron Jay Gould. Lyndhurst is now a property of the National Historic Trust. Mansion: adults $10, seniors $9, students 12-17 with adult $4, children under 12 with adult free. Grounds only: $4. Mid-April through October, T-Su and holiday Mondays, 10AM-5PM. November through mid-April, Sa and Su only, 10AM-4PM. Lyndhurst is often decked out for holidays with themed events like a Victorian Halloween and Fairytale Christmas. The grounds are also host to special events: antique, garden, craft (usually spring and fall), kennel club, and automobile shows.
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  • Buy Fitness Stuff

    41 Cedar St
    Between Broadway and Main, offers fitness and health products.
  • Boo Fest

    at Lyndhurst
    The gothic mansion hosts a family-oriented Victorian Halloween. On the grounds, find activities based on 19th century Halloween parties. The tour of the mansion itself is sprinkled with interactive characters from the past.
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  • Earth Light Center

    12 Cedar St
    On Cedar near Broadway in its new location. They sell healing and holistic products.
  • Legend Weekend

    at Sunnyside
    Family fun at the home of Washington Irving, author of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and "Rip van Winkle". Puppet shows, games for children, 19th century magic shows, reading of stories by Irving. Daytime programs (10AM-4PM, last admission 3PM): adults $10, children 5-17 $6, children under 5 free.
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  • Annual Halloween Parade

    Route 9
  • Scenic Hudson Park

    Bridge St
    Bridge St is located on the west side of the railroad tracks, accessible off Main St. The park offers access to the majestic Hudson River. Launch your kayak or canoe from the south end.
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  • Ginko and Stitch

    Main St near Elm St
  • Visitor Center

    1 Neperan Rd
    11 am till 5 pm M-F. Maps and Tourist Information Available
  • Town Hall Theater

    85 Main St
    Theater was designed by A.J. Manning and patterned after Ford Theatre in Washington, D.C. where President Lincoln was assassinated.
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  • Visit Art Galleries

    in the heart of Tarrytown
    Tappan Z Gallery [12] features all American artists, many of whom are located in the Hudson Valley region.
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  • Cellar 49 - A Tavern at the Mansion

    Cellar 49 - A Tavern at the Mansion

    49 East Sunnyside Lane
    Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center is a proud member of the Destination Hotels & Resorts Meeting Collection, a distinctive collection of luxurious conference resorts and hotels.
  • Isabella Italian Bistro

    61 Main St
    The emphasis is on the entrées, but the pizzas are superb. Wine list.
  • Rich Bean Bakery & Cafe

    63 Main St near Chestnut
    Bright and funky space to sit and enjoy the paper, gourmet coffee, chocolate, ice cream, soup and sandwiches. Do not forget the dessert! Great pies and cakes when you need something to go instead of baking yourself. A second location is in Irvington.
  • Solera

    1 Bridge St
    The Westchester version of the popular Manhattan restaurant. Spanish, seafood and tapas style dining is an excellent addition to the Irvington waterfront (no river views though). The octopus appetizer is excellent, for those who like that kind of thing. As of November 2006, Solera in Irvington is closed.
  • Rudy's Beau Rivage

    19 Livingston Ave
    On Livingston between Main St and Broadway, an aging but graceful building overlooking the Hudson River and NJ Palisades, which is mainly a catering and event space but also serves brunch and dinner during select times. The cooking is homey, sometimes bland, but the right price. Word has it they are applying for permits to renovate their outdoor patio space.
  • Lollipop the Candy Shop

    53 Main St
    Old-school candy store.
  • Caffe Latte

    Cedar St between Broadway and Main Street
    Italian coffee shop, with real gelato.
  • Baskin-Robbins

    61-A North Broadway
    31 flavors of ice cream, of course.
  • Silver Tips Tea Room

    3 N Broadway
    M-Sa 11:30AM-6PM, Su 11:30AM-4:30PM. Local tea room has family ties to a tea estate in Darjeeling. Sandwiches, soups, wraps, and salads.
  • Celtic Corner

    73 Main St
    Pub on Main St at Chestnut, the liveliest corner in town! Enjoy a pint and a game on the flatscreens, or enjoy a wrap sandwich, fish & chips or a burger. Darts available and there is usually live music on Saturdays. Sister pub to J.P. Doyle's Restaurant and Public House in Sleepy Hollow.
  • TGI Friday's

    240 White Plains Rd
    Chain restaurant/bar located in an office park in the mostly residential south side of the village.
  • Swagat,

    19 N Broadway
    Indian eatery in the central business district ranges from vegeterian to chicken, lamb, and goat. Entrées $12 to $25. Bring your own wine or beer.
  • Main Street Sweets

    35 Main St
    Dessert shop serves homemade ice cream, pies, cakes, cookies, plus a variety of coffees. Su-Th 11:30AM-10PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-11PM.
  • Demeter's Tavern & Sportsbar

    51 Old White Plains Rd
    Off the beaten path, but very near the trio of Marriott hotels on White Plains Rd. Pub food and sports channels — 12 big-screen TVs. Roast beef sandwiches are made with with beef roasted on premise.
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