Tuxedo Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Tuxedo; our list of the best things to see, including Weir Farm National Historic Site, U.S. Military Academy at West Point and Danbury Fair Mall.
  • The best place in Tuxedo: Weir Farm National Historic Site

    Weir Farm National Historic Site

    735 Nod Hill Road
    Grounds open all year. Visitor Center: May through October W-Su 8:30 AM-5PM. November through April Th-Su from 9:30AM-4PM. Rotating art and history exhibits, beautiful ground that have inspired many artists. Weir farm was home to painter Julian Alden Weir, sculptor Mahonri Young, and painter Sperry Andrews. Ranger-led tours. Free.
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  • U.S. Military Academy at West Point

    U.S. Military Academy at West Point

    Visitor Center: 845-938-2638
    Military Academy at West Point, Visitor Center: 845-938-2638, Gift Shop: 845-446-3085. [2]. The Visitors Center is open daily 9AM-4:45PM, with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas holidays, Dec. 24 and 25, and New Year’s holidays, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, 2006. Visitors may enter the academy grounds only by guided tours, however, there are no guided tours during Graduation Week, on Football Days or when the Visitor center is closed. Visitors 16 years old and above must present identification. Call a week prior to confirm tour availability or visit: http://www.westpointtours.com.
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  • Danbury Fair Mall

    Danbury Fair Mall

    7 Backus Ave
    Mon-Sat 10 am - 9:30 pm Sunday 11 am - 7 pm. 2 level mall with over 200 stores and food establishments. The main anchor stores are Macy*s, JCPenny, Sears, and Lord & Taylor.
  • The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

    The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

    258 Main Street
    Open Tuesday-Sunday 12noon-5pm, Admission: $7/Adults, $4/College Students, and FREE admission on Tuesdays only. Newly renovated and expanded, the Aldrich Museum features diverse exhibitions featuring both established and emerging artists. Educational programs and workshops for both children and adults are offered at the museum. Optional walk through tours are also offered along with the admission fee.
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  • Ives Concert Park

    Ives Concert Park

    [7] The perfect place to go for the summer. Ives is a venue for live music that is located on the west side campus of Western Connecticut State University. During the summer it is a great place for families to go and enjoy popular live music along with many fine arts events as well.
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  • Katonah Museum of Art

    Katonah Museum of Art

    A world renowned Art Museum, very close to the hamlet's center.
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  • Teatown Nature Reservation

    Teatown Nature Reservation

    they also have 13 different hiking trails.
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  • 50 Coins

    50 Coins

    426 Main St Ste 1
    Open daily 11:30am-10:00pm with a bar that stays open late. The menu features a large selection of food including burgers, wraps, salads, grill and pasta dishes. Great service and a very family-friendly atmosphere that turns into a lively sports bar by night.
  • Manitoga/The Russell Wright Design Center

    584 Route 9D
    The home site of the famous designer. Wright transformed an old quarry back to a carefully designed "natural" landscape. Four miles of walking trails. House and landscape tours M-F at 11AM, Sa and Su at 11AM and 1:30PM. Advance reservations required for weekend tours, group tours by appointment only. Hours may change without notice due to special events or restoration work, so you may want to call ahead.
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  • Weir Pond and Swamp Loops

    735 Nod Hill
    Voted one of the best running trails in Wilton
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  • Mt. Kisco movie theatre

    144 W Main St
    Kisco movie theatre, 144 W Main St, Mt Kisco (town over from Chappaqua), +1 914-660-7400, [11]. Showing movies simultaneously with the movie theatres elsewhere, Mt. Kisco movie theatre consists of 8 screening rooms. General admission $11, Children $8.25.
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  • Constitution Island

    West Point
    Tours for the general public are from late June until the end of September. Tours are at 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM on Wednesdays and Thursdays and are approximately 2 1/4 hours in duration.. Part of West Point, most famous for the Great Chain that was placed across the Hudson during the Revolutionary War and the Warner family who lived on the Island during the 19th century. Want to find out more? Go visit!
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  • Bruised Apple Books & Music

    923 Central Ave
    Used books and music. Extensive and eclectic collection, new titles added frequently. First editions. Open daily.
  • Caramoor Center for Music and Arts

    149 Girdle Ridge Road
    Mediterranean villa set on an 80 acre estate. A festival and concert space host to numerous prominent performers and performances, can be found within town limits. One of New York's most elegant and well-known concert spaces, the spacious area is perhaps Katonah's primary cultural attraction. Take afternoon tea and tour or attend one of their evening concerts.
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  • Field Library Book Store

    934 South St
    Ex library books as well as used books donate by the library's patrons; also music and videos. M-Sa 10AM-5PM.
  • Boscobel

    1601 Route 9D
    Historic neoclassical mansion has panoramic views of the Hudson River and highlands. Special calendar of events. The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival [9] performs here.
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  • The Ridgefield Playhouse

    80 East Ridge Street
    A beautifully restored auditorium now features a stage with high quality lighting and sounds for musical and dance performances, retractable curtains and screen for movie showings and a venue for community events like the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra Concert and the Annual Town Meeting. Upcoming events, shows and movie listings can be found on the official website.
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  • Morningthorpe Estate

    The mansion was originally owned by Benjamin Mead and was purchased by local circus entrepreneur Seth B. Howes. Stop by at night around Christmas time to see the mansion decorated in Christmas lights.
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  • kayak

    take a guided tour
    Annsville Creek Paddlesport Center, Route 6 & 202, Annsville Circle, +1 914 739-2588, [7]. Good starting point for paddling the scenic Hudson Highlands.
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  • Caramoor

    149 Girdle Ridge Road
    Take afternoon tea and tour or attend one of their evening concerts. Mediterranean villa set on an 80 acre estate. Museum, gardens, concerts.
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  • Walter Brewster House

    Oak Street
    Walter Brewster, an architect who built many historical sites in Brewster, built the house in 1850 in the Greek revival style. After its preservation it still holds concerts and other special events.
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  • John Jay Homstead

    400 Jay Street
    The last home of the United States' first Supreme Court Justice, John Jay, and a state historic site.
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  • Allen's Meadow

    425 Danbury Road
    Running trails and soccer fields
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  • Groovy on Grand

    119 Grand St
    Children's clothing store.
  • Quary Head Park

    between 760 and 764 Ridgefield Road
    Scenic trails for hiking and horseback riding.
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  • Down Cycles

    2015 Albany Post Rd
    Bike renting and buying shop.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Tuxedo uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.