[Sitings] Lyndhurst: Gothic Gem of the Hudson River Valley

Posted on: May 4th, 2013 by Mame McCully

Lyndhurst, Tarrytown, NY. Credit: lulubrooks, Flickr

Lyndhurst, a Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Tarrytown, New York, overlooks the Hudson River and the stunning Tappan Zee Bridge which connects South Nyack, New York to Tarrytown, New York. Just a short drive from New York City, the Site and Tarrytown are a great daytrip for tourists in the Big Apple or for locals who want to get away for a day.

Among its many attractions: Gothic Revival architecture, 19th-century landscape design, and a comprehensive collection of decorative arts. Can't wait to experience its beauty and grandeur? Get a taste for the splendor with this week's slideshow.

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Mame McCully

Mame McCully is a marketing manager at the National Trust. Her heart is forever in the Midwest, but she loves to travel, explore new places, and spend time with family and friends.

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