Sunnyside, 3 West Sunnyside Lane, Irvington, NY 10533; 914-366-6900 weekdays, 914-591-8763 weekends. Washington Irving’s meticulously restored home is filled with the author’s possessions including his writing desk and books. Guides, costumed in formal dress of the period, explain how Irving designed house and grounds himself to reflect his romantic views of art, nature, and history. Originally a Dutch farmer’s house, it is now a property of the non-profit Historic Hudson Valley and open for tours. Seasonal events are also offered. Located on West Sunnyside Lane, off Route 9 (South Broadway).
2019 season: May 1 to November 10, Wednesday – Sunday (plus Memorial Day and Labor Day).
Parking: Visitor lot. Directions
Check our Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown calendar for more special events.
2018 dates: To be announced. Join masterful storytellers from across the region as they share true personal tales. Lose yourself in a range of human experiences – adventures and embarrassments, loves and joys, achievements and defeats.
2018 dates: To be announced. Parents and children are invited to travel back to the 19th century and view the home of Washington Irving through a child’s eyes.
2018 dates: To be announced. This daytime event is the perfect prelude to an evening at Blaze, Horseman’s Hollow, or Irving’s “Legend.” As you tour both floors of Irving’s fascinating home, you will hear stories about what inspired Irving to write his most famous short story and see works of art inspired by The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The tour also features a display of previously unseen objects from HHV’s collection—from special edition books to pop culture artifacts—related to the famous story. Historic games and Headless Horseman art activities are great for families. Concessions are also available for a picnic and a stroll through the Romantic landscape.
For reservations: buy tickets online, 914-366-6900 ($2/ticket surcharge for phone orders).