What Lyndhurst refers to as the lower landscape encompasses the part of the estate from the mansion to the Hudson River. There has been significant historic restoration done to several elements of the lower landscape, including a series of rock outcroppings that are featured in a series of walkways, historic plantings and custom seating areas that created shaded viewing platforms for visitors in the 19th and early 20th century to enjoy a cool and private place for contemplation.

The lower landscape connects to the Westchester County Riverwalk and through a recent extension, to the Old Croton Aqueduct at the south end of Lyndhurst’s lower landscape.

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Explore Lyndhurst’s 67-acre Estate

Purchase a Daily Grounds Pass to explore Lyndhurst’s majestic Hudson River setting at your own pace.