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Local Attractions

~Things to do while in town~

The village of Sleepy Hollow is a beautiful and historic place where sightseeing opportunities abound ... including the gravesite of American author Washington Irving, as well as locales taken right out of his short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" (Headless Horseman and all :)  Should you find yourself with extra time before or after our swim, feel free to take advantage of this quaint town's offerings. 

Washington Irving's gravesite in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.

Philipsburg Manor, built in 1693, was a mill and trading complex.


The Rockefeller State Park Preserve will provide easy trails and quiet serenity for your soul.

The 18-foot tall sculpture of the Headless Horseman and Ichabod Crane.

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The Old Dutch Church, where Ichabod Crane's flight from the Headless Horseman ends.

Built in the 1880's, the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse stands watch over the Hudson River. 

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