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  • Copland House

    Category: Historic Sites, Music,

    Copland House is a unique creative center for American music based at Aaron Copland's restored, longtime home.  A National Historic Landmark and an Official Project of the White House "Save America's Treasures" program, Copland House is the only com...

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  • Historic Hudson Valley

    Category: Historic Sites,

    Historic Hudson Valley is a network of six historic sites: Washington Irving\'s Sunnyside; Kykuit, the Rockefeller estate, a historic site of the National Trust; Philipsburg Manor; Van Cortlandt Manor; the Union Church of Pocantico Hills; and Mongome...

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  • Horace Greeley House - New Castle Historical Society

    Category: Historic Sites, Museums,

    The New Castle Historical Society was chartered to discover, preserve and communicate knowledge of the history of the Town of New Castle. The Horace Greeley House, the Greeley family's country home from 1864-1872, is the headquarters for the Society'...

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  • John Jay Homestead State Historic Site

    Category: Historic Sites,

    Friends of John Jay Homestead is a non-profit, educational organization founded in 1977 by local Bedford residents. It is New York State's day-to-day partner in providing volunteer assistance and critical funding for the purpose of: * Increasing p...

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  • Lincoln Depot Museum

    Category: Historic Sites, Museums,

    Located by Peekskill Bay on the east bank of the Hudson River, The Lincoln Depot Museum is a 3,000 square foot freight and passenger rail depot where President-elect Abraham Lincoln stopped to greet New Yorkers on February 19, 1861 during his inaugur...

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  • Lyndhurst

    Category: Historic Sites,

    Lyndhurst is America’s greatest example of Nineteenth century Gothic Revival architecture. Designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, arguably the foremost architect of his day, Lyndhurst was home in succession to a two-time mayor of New York City, a suc...

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  • Tarrytown Music Hall

    Category: Historic Sites, Music, Performing Arts,

    The Tarrytown Music Hall, owned and operated by a 501-C(3) nonprofit organization, is committed to presenting first-class live performances and films to the general public and to providing children of all economic and social backgrounds access to Mus...

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  • The Capitol Theatre

    Category: Historic Sites, Music, Performing Arts,

    Designed by celebrated architect Thomas Lamb in 1926 and listed in The National Register of Historic Places, the theatre is located approximately 30 miles from NYC, conveniently accessible by I-95 and only one block from the Port Chester Metro North...

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