Just minutes north of New York City, our film-friendly county offers bustling cities, suburban and upscale neighborhoods, quaint country villages, all-American main streets and artsy river towns. The county is also known for its abundant natural beauty: beautiful parks, rolling meadows, beaches, working farms and forested areas with camping facilities. The majestic Hudson River borders the county on one side, and Long Island Sound, with its picturesque harbors, on the other.
For period productions, we also feature unique historical sites—including an 1838 gothic revival mansion, a 1920's art deco amusement park, and one of the oldest theaters in the nation. Check out our film-friendly hotels, corporate sites, colleges, courthouses, train stations and airport, too.
Westchester has outstanding air and ground transportation including Westchester County Airport (HPN), Metro-North Railroad with service from/to Grand Central Station, AMTRAK, and several parkways and major highways.
We're easy to get to and easy to work with. Just give us a call. We'll help you find the right spot for your next production.
Need some help? Let the Westchester County Film Office serve as your concierge, from selecting the perfect location to planning and executing your commercial, television or film production.
Find a location for your next production: visit the Westchester County Film Facebook Photo Gallery and read more about Westchester's communities.
How to Film in Westchester
We aim to make it easy, but there's still some paperwork involved in filming. A letter of intent and permits are required. This Web site provides you with information on permits and other resources to make your production a success.
New York State Incentives
Learn about New York State's extensive tax credits and sales tax exemptions.
Read our latest press releases and our film office blog to learn what's happening in the world of film in Westchester.
Filmed in Westchester
More than 160 feature films have been filmed in Westchester since 1965, plus many television series, commercials and music videos.