This peaceful village along the Hudson is rightly proud of its rich history. From Washington Irving's tale that gives the town its name, to the Rockefellers and a host of buildings from the 17th and 18th Centuries, Sleepy Hollow's past is full of intrigue and notable events—yet today, it remains a quaint, verdant, welcoming community of about 9,000 residents.
Peak trains from Sleepy Hollow to Grand Central run about 35 minutes. On Off-Peak hours, expect the trip to be about 10 minutes longer.
The Place To Go
Bridgeview Tavern, a very hip, popular craft beer tavern with awesome river views.
The Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is the final resting place of many notable New Yorkers, including author Washington Irving, Andrew Carnegie and Brooke Astor.
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