THURSDAY AND FRIDAY CLASSIC TOURS ARE FREE FOR TARRYTOWN RESIDENTS WITH PROOF OF RESIDENCE. Lyndhurst mansion offers free classic mansion tour admission to Tarrytown residents from April through September on Thursdays and Fridays. For individual admission, Tarrytown residents may show a valid ID at the Lyndhurst Welcome Center. Local Tarrytown community groups and organizations are also welcome to schedule group tours during the season. Tours are every hour from 10 am to 4 pm Show valid ID or proof of Tarrytown residence ...
The stunning collection of gowns, dresses, sportswear, and accessories includes more than 30 ensembles – from flouncy and feminine to sleek and modern. Hallmark luxury brand names like Tiffany, Faberge, Cartier, Worth and Louis Vuitton, among others, are included. This second staging of the exhibit offers new elements for return visitors and a final chance for visitors who missed the original run.
Thursday – Monday Tours on the hour from 10:00 am, the last tour at 4:00 pm Perfect for first-time visitors, the mansion tour lasts approximately one hour. On the mansion tour, you will see the majestic vestibule and entrance hall, reception room, parlor, library, cabinet room, Jay Gould’s private office, and the sumptuous Victorian dining room. The second-floor centers around the Grand Picture Gallery hung with its original and varied collection of European paintings. Impressive Tiffany and La Farge stained glass ...
If you’ve taken the Classic Mansion Tour, chances are, you’ll be wanting more. This tour looks exclusively at ‘behind-the-scenes’ areas of the mansion. Come discover how during the Gilded Age and beyond, the staffs at Lyndhurst functioned to provide an efficient and seamless lifestyle for the Merritt and Gould Families!
Nestled within Lyndhurst’s water-front terrain, the 1894 Bowling and Recreation Pavilion is a hidden jewel. This tour embarks along the lush lower landscape and explores the various fixtures along the waterfront, including Jay Gould’s yacht bridge, and our ongoing lower landscape restoration. Visitors will then delve into the stunning Bowling and Recreation Pavilion and its fascinating history. The Pavilion is one of the first of its kind in the United States and features two wooden bowling lanes, a tea parlor, and ...
On the mansion tour with a Halloween twist, you will see the majestic vestibule and entrance hall, reception room, parlor, library, cabinet room, Jay Gould’s private office, and the sumptuous Victorian dining room – all decorated with seasonal trimmings for Halloween. The second-floor centers around the Grand Picture Gallery hung with its original and varied collection of European paintings. The second floor of the mansion is not decorated and visitors can see Lyndhurst’s main rooms in all their traditional splendor.
Described as one of the ten best decorated historic mansions by USA Today, Lyndhurst goes all out during the holidays with “A Very Duchess Holiday.”