Westchester Without a Car
You don't need four wheels to enjoy a Westchester getaway. Discover the best of the Hudson River via mass transit and your own two feet with an itinerary that's full of food, culture, nature and fun.
- Bistro 12
Have you worked up an appetite? This Mediterranean eatery sits on Tarrytown’s charming Main Street, and it’s right next door to your next stop, Tarrytown Music Hall. Help yourself to delicious pastas, succulent entrees, and a refreshing glass of wine. You’ve earned it!
12 Main St. | Tarrytown, NY | T: (914) 909-2770
- Castle Hotel & Spa
Sitting majestically atop one of the highest points in Westchester County overlooking the Hudson River amid sprawling acres of manicured gardens and with over 100 years of history, the Castle is undoubtedly a sumptuous escape to the enchanted era of America’s Gilded Age.
400 Benedict Avenue | Tarrytown, NY | T: (914) 631-1980
- Doubletree By Hilton Tarrytown
Ideally situated in the historic town of Tarrytown in suburban Westchester County's business corridor near many local attractions including Kykuit and the Lyndurst Mansion, this hotel boasts a relaxing outdoor patio and indoor swimming pool! Savor the signature warm chocolate chip cookie on your arrival.
455 South Broadway | Tarrytown, NY 10591 | (914) 631-5700
- Metro-North At Grand Central Terminal
Take the Metro North train from Grand Central to Tarrytown. The quick ride is typically around 45 minutes. Round trip tickets are a bargain: $26 (peak) or $13 (off-peak) for adults and $13 (peak) or $10 (off-peak) for children. Buy at the station or online. The scenic ride will get you in the mood for fun!
Grand Central Terminal | 89 E. 42nd St. | New York, NY
- Old Croton Aqueduct Trail
It’s just a few steps across Broadway to the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail – one of Tarrytown’s best-kept secrets. Head north on this historic path and you’ll encounter Douglas Park and Sleepy Hollow cemetery. Head south to discover Lyndhurst, one of America’s most beautiful mansions. Walk as long as you please!
Old Croton Aqueduct Trail | Tarrytown, NY | T: (914) 693-5259
- Tarrytown Music Hall
Celebrating 125 years in Tarrytown, this stunning venue hosts music, dance, cabaret, comedy and theatrical performances year-round. Cap off your day with some stimulating entertainment. After the applause, marvel at the restoration of this grand old building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Then, it’s a few blocks back to the Metro-North, where the last train back to New York City conveniently departs at 11:12 pm on Saturdays. (Be sure to confirm train times beforehand.)
13 Main St. | Tarrytown, NY | T: (914) 739-1287
- Tarrytown Waterfront
When you arrive in Tarrytown, you’ll already be right on the waterfront. Walk to nearby Pierson Park, then stretch your legs on a quick walk up and down the Scenic Hudson RiverWalk Park. Enjoy the “eco-corridor” filled with native flora as you take in the magnificent river.
250 W. Main St. (just north of Pierson Park) | Tarrytown, NY | T: (914) 631-8347