This town has always been interesting to the fans of the supernatural, strange and occult, and thanks to a couple of movies and the newer popular TV series that bears the same name as the town, Sleepy Hollow’s popularity has reaches a whole new level.
The quintessential American ghost story icon, the Headless Horseman, has been bringing people in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown for years. What’s there to do in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown exactly?
The Kykuit Estate
The Kykuit Estate is a renowned property that was home to four generations of the Rockefeller family.
And when you’re dealing with the Rockefellers, you know you’re bound to see stunning architecture and gardens, world-class art, enthralling history, and breathtaking scenery.
Breathe in the lavishness of life in one of the spookiest places in America.
The Tarrytown Music Hall
The Tarrytown Music Hall is the oldest theater in Westchester. One of the busiest theaters in the region, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and it offers the best in music, theater, dance, and film. A cultural hot-spot, the Music Hall attracts well over 85,000 people a year.
The Westchester Broadway Theatre
The longest running year-round Equity theatre in the state of New York, the Westchester Broadway Theatre has a 37-year history of nearly 200 main-stage productions. It provides the audiences with the highest production values and most memorable entertainment and dining experiences.
Restaurants And Bars
If you’re hungry and thirsty, you’re in luck, because there are a lot of places in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown for you to relax and refill your energy level.
If you’re in the mood for something quick, grab a gyro at Lefteris on Broadway, and afterwards seal it with a nice cold beer selection and polished wood bar at The Bridgeview Tavern. For a luxurious dinner, head just outside Sleepy Hollow to Blue Hill at Stone Barns, an elegant farm-to-table restaurant.