Historic sites in Westchester County

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There are numerous historic sites and attractions in Westchester County. These include battlegrounds, cemeteries, churches, farmhouses, underground railroad depots and waystations,[1] and other sites from pre-Revolutionary and Revolutionary times, as well as historic and architecturally significant manors and estates in the area. Westchester County also played an important role in the development of the modern suburb, and there are many associated heritage sites and museums. A few of the best known are listed below:

Sites and monuments[edit]

Historic battle sites[edit]

Historic houses[edit]

Lyndhurst, home of Jay Gould in Tarrytown.

Monuments[edit]

Museums[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Underground Railroad in New York Travel New York's Underground". I Love New York.

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