Accessibility: Lyndhurst welcomes all visitors, however, this one-hour tour will involve extensive walking and is not recommended for individuals with disabilities or difficulty walking.
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 a majestic veranda with views of the broadest part of the Hudson River. Years of refurbishment have restored this gem to its original magnificence, and it is now open to the public for the first time in decades.
- Tours are Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 pm.
- Lyndhurst welcomes all visitors, however, this one-hour tour will involve extensive walking and is not recommended for individuals with disabilities or difficulty walking.
- Online tickets must be purchased by 8 AM on the date of your selected tour. For day-of tickets, please purchase in person at the Welcome Center.
- Plan to arrive at the Welcome Center 20 minutes prior to your tour.
- Please wear comfortable shoes for walking.
- The tour will take place rain or shine.