LocationTarrytown is a river town located on the eastern shore of the Hudson River, 25 miles north of midtown Manhattan
DistanceLess than an hour's ride by car, 38 minutes by train
Getting HereA quick 38 minute train ride from Grand Central with scenic views of the Hudson River along the way gets you there before you know it.
"Rolling hills, river views, and perfect proximity to Manhattan."
A mix of houses, condos and apartments makes Tarrytown a perfect spot for all walks of life.
Halloween in Tarrytown is an unrivaled experience. Along with the neighboring village of Sleepy Hollow, made famous by Washington Irving's tale about the Headless Horseman, Tarrytown celebrates Halloween with haunted hayrides, cemetery tours, parades, live music, and more.
History, arts, and entertainment intertwine at Tarrytown Music Hall. Built in 1885, it is the oldest music hall in Westchester County, and one of only six percent of theatres in the U.S. built before 1900. It was recently renovated and is a venue suitable for all forms of entertainment, including music, theater, dance and film.
"Main Street is the heartbeat of Tarrytown."
Main Street is the heartbeat of Tarrytown. Besides being the location of the music hall, Main Street is lined with eclectic eateries and slopes down towards the Hudson River. Venture to the end of Main Street and you'll find the train station and surrounding area which is being developed with new condos, shops, and restaurants.