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Explore the stone manor house and brick ferry house, wander through the heritage gardens, and stroll down a quiet country road along the Croton River. There, you'll experience the domestic life of a patriot family living in the years just after the...more
500 S Riverside Ave, Croton on Hudson, NY 10520-3031
All reviews post road in advance carved pumpkins tour guides are wealthy family uneven ground working farm small house nice family halloween season gift shop jack o lantern take pictures takes about an hour for sale free parking donuts
First, to those of you complaining about the price to get in, did you consider the blood sweat and tears that went into the displays? Or putting them together? Anyway expect to spend a bout an hour walking through. Our entry time was at 9pm...More
In addition to Halloween and perhaps Christmas there's not really a reason to visit here. Unless you are an American history buff it's a bit lacking. Your kids will be bored and no one wants that. It is a great site with much potential if...More
Visited Van Cortlandt Manor (45 mins away from NYC) for the amazing Jack O' Lantern Blaze in November .Every year around October/November they put on a site where they have thousands of carved pumpkins made into all sorts of animals, characters , shapes and landmarks.....More
This is an amazing place to go for the young and old alike during the Halloween season. Thousands and thousands of lit up pumpkins create this maze of light through the property. It’s a sight to see. There is music throughout the experience as well....More
The drive from staten island was less than 90 minutes on a Friday afternoon,so no excuse not to go.The blazing Jack o lantern was amazing,how they made pumpkins I.to monuments and animals.The grounds were lit up in a spooky way but done safely.
I had trouble finding a link to leave a review for the Horseman's Hollow, but it was at this location so I am going to leave a review for it here
Definitely a must see for the Halloween Season. the Hollow is a haunted attraction-...More
We planned our trip through Sleepy Hollow specifically for the Halloween decorations and events. We were there several years ago and the entire town was decorated. This year, not so much. We did enjoy the Church and cemetery and Washington Irving's home, but were unable...More
It's too late now to visit the house as the last weekend in August is when the last tours take place at the Van Cortlandt Manor. They are now preparing for the Annual Pumpkin Blaze.
The educational tour of the house and the family that...More
An interesting home from a prominent family of the 18th century. It has been restored nicely and the interior is fully furnished. You also tour a smaller house built for the tenant who ran the ferry. Certainly worth the visit.