nat_geo_smallJust 30 miles north of New York City and surrounded by the beauty of the Hudson River and Long Island Sound you'll find Westchester County - known for its unique mix of rivertowns, bustling cities, quiet villages and beautiful atmosphere. There are endless things to do whether you're looking for family fun, holding a conference, taking a group tour, having a company team-building experience or just want a short getaway.

Westchester County is minutes north of New York City. It’s easy to Meet Me in Westchester by train, plane, bus or automobile. Experience our history and heritage, stay at one of our outstanding accommodations, enjoy dining for every taste and budget, explore our great outdoors—golf, sail, kayak, hike, bike, fish or enjoy a relaxing day at the park—there is something for everyone in Westchester. More than 200 properties in Westchester are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, many with ties to the Revolutionary War and African-American heritage. Visit the homes of the rich and famous, take a walking tour of historic Sleepy Holly Cemetery, stroll gorgeous grounds along the Hudson River. A number of performing-arts venues enjoy an international reputation for high-quality entertainment including Caramoor Center for Music & the Arts. Smaller art centers and theaters provide opportunities to hear top acts or admire up-and-coming artists. Westchester is a paddler’s paradise, with lovely Long Island Sound and the mighty Hudson. Fun family stops include LEGOLAND, Rye Playland or The Cliffs at Valhalla. Biking and hiking trails crisscross the county with wondrous scenery.

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