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Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, NY

The Hudson Valley has many homes and sites of historical importance that are open to Lyndhurst Mansion Ticket Stubthe public for tours and Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, NY is one of them. This is one of properties that in the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Mansion was designed by the American architect Alexander Jackson Davis in the Gothic Revival style in 1838. The property passed thru many families including Jay Gould and after his daughter’s Anna death it was transferred to the Trust in 1961.

The tour of the mansion is interesting walk through a time of a pass era when the wealthy had summer homes on the Hudson Valley to get away from the big city. The mansion is  67-acres of land and is a nice walk in an afternoon.


Since its inception in 1838, Lyndhurst has always been a source of rest, renewal and inspiration for its residents. Now it is available for you to enjoy.

Come for a tour of the stunning mansion, designed by renowned American architect Alexander Jackson Davis, and considered by many to be the finest Gothic Revival mansion in America and home to three prominent families, including Jay Gould. You will be delighted with the authentic room settings filled with original pieces by Davis, Herter Brothers, Tiffany and paintings by Bouguereau, Gerome, and Daubigny.

Stroll through the 67 acre estate with its Rose Garden, fern garden, specimen trees…and spectacular views of the Hudson River. Or bring your hiking shoes and bike and take advantage of the Croton Aqueduct and Hudson RiverWalk Trails.

Enjoy year round events including the award winning Artrider Craft Show in the Spring and Fall, Lego Days, the fabulous Fairy Tale Holidays or any of our other events.

Celebrate your wedding, anniversary, or special party in the gorgeous surroundings of this magnificent estate.

Visit us and become inspired, rested, renewed.


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