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Tappan Zee Bridge Demolition Viewing at Lyndhurst

January 12

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Lyndhurst

635 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591 United States

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We were informed that the Tappan Zee Bridge demolition was rescheduled for this Tuesday January 15th at 10:00 AM. We will honor all previously purchased tickets, however, we understand that many ticket buyers may not be able to attend the viewing. If you would like to request a refund, please email Lyndhurst@savingplaces.org with your order number (found on your Showclix email confirmation). Refunds will be processed during business hours on Monday. You may also consider simply donating your ticket fee to Lyndhurst, which we always appreciate! 

See the once-in-a-lifetime demolition of the Tappan Zee Bridge and bid the iconic structure goodbye at Lyndhurst. With a clear view of the bridge from the veranda of the mansion, this is the best location to watch as the bridge is demolished through controlled explosives.

On this date, a Lyndhurst parking pass is $20 per car and serves to protect and preserve our historic buildings and landscape. Grounds open at 8 AM. Demo is expected to begin at 10:00 AM. Parking is limited to 200 cars. When passes are sold out, our parking is at capacity and no additional cars will be admitted.

Please print and display your pass in your windshield.

NEW! Private viewing from the mansion tower with mimosas. See the demolition from the 4th floor of the tower with unencumbered views. Enjoy a mimosa while you watch! Limited to 15 guests, $100 per guest. Must arrive at Welcome Center by 9:15 AM to be escorted to the mansion. Tower visitors should still dress for cold weather. Accessing the tower requires climbing 4 flights of stairs as there is no elevator.

All visitors should dress for cold weather. The viewing is outdoor-only, however, the Welcome Center in the will be open for restrooms and warm refreshments and donuts while you wait. Lyndhurst members please note that this event requires ticket purchase. Visitors may also walk on to Lyndhurst’s grounds via the Old Croton Aqueduct at no charge.

For information about the demolition, please go to the New NY Bridge Website.