There’s something for everyone in the real Sleepy Hollow: haunted hayrides, gothic mansions, blazing pumpkins, farmers markets, live music, street fairs, parades, and of course, the Headless Horseman. We’ve put together everything you need to plan your visit—how to get here, find a hotel room, browse our restaurants, check the calendar of local events, dig through our historic sites, find the perfect Sleepy Hollow souvenir. Don’t miss our tips on the best free things in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown.
We don’t roll up the sidewalks after Halloween—there’s plenty to see and do year round. Take in a concert at Tarrytown Music Hall, enjoy a candlelight tour of Lyndhurst at Christmas, celebrate the Fourth of July at Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, observe the Native American Green Corn harvest festival at Philipsburg Manor, watch the sun set over the Hudson River from a waterfront restaurant.
Visiting is easy. We’re located about 20 miles outside New York City with easy access to interstate highways, Amtrak and commuter rail, and major airports.
As Seen on . . .
See us on CBS news, Sleepy Hollow Still Haunting as Ever:
And on ABC’s Good Morning America:
And CBS Sunday Morning: