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Play some of the area’s top golf courses with scenic views, challenging terrain, and beautiful greens. Make sure to play Maple Moor, Saxon Woods, Lake Isle Town Park, Sprain Lake, Dunwoodie, or Griffith E. Harris.
The Capitol Theatre4 MILES AWAY
Music stars of every generation take the stage at this historic theater. Come early and enjoy a drink at Garcia's, the lobby bar with its own boutique venue featuring local talent and rare artwork.
Legoland Discovery Center
Visit this magical amusement park where everything is Lego themed. Enjoy several mini attractions inside the park including the Master Building Academy, 4D Cinema and Kingdom Quest.
The Bronx Zoo
From dinosaurs to giraffes to butterflies, The Bronx Zoo amazes and delights families year round. Spend quality time with your kids and reconnect with your inner child.
Westchester Broadway Theatre
The Westchester Broadway Theatre (WBT) is the longest running year-round Equity theatre in the state of New York, with a 44-year history of over 200 main-stage productions and nearly 1000 Monday/Tuesday special events and concerts. Our objective with this world-class venue is to always provide our audiences – which come from far and wide – with the highest production values and most memorable entertainment/dining experiences.
Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate
Kykuit known also as the John D. Rockefeller Estate, is a 40-room historic house museum in Pocantico Hills, in the town of Mount Pleasant, New York. The house was built for Rockefeller family patriarch John D. Rockefeller. It is a National Historic Landmark and tours are given by Historic Hudson Valley. Kykuit is situated on the highest point in Pocantico Hills, overlooking the Hudson River at Tappan Zee. Located near Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow, it has a view of the New York City skyline 25 miles to the south.
Hudson River Museum
The Hudson River Museum, located in Trevor Park in Yonkers, New York, is the largest museum in Westchester County. The Yonkers Museum, founded in 1919 at City Hall, became the Hudson River Museum in 1948. While often seen as an art museum due to the extensive collection of works from the Hudson River school, the museum also features exhibits on the history, science and heritage of the region.
Playland's location on the shores of Long Island Sound already had a long history as a favorite recreation area of the local population by 1927. Artists designed special panels on buildings; lighting was good but subdued; an integrated music system was installed to send out favorite melodies by Sousa, Wagner and Berlin over the entire area; landscaping was carefully planned and executed. Visiting experts immediately declared Playland to be one of the finest recreational centers of its kind in the country. Additional projects were completed such as the Olympic-size pool, increased boardwalk concessions, an indoor ice skating rink, a scenic railway, and additional restaurants and picnic areas.