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    Kykuit

    381 N Broadway
    4
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    'It's what God would have built, if only He had the money'. Part of a once vast and self-contained estate with it's own farming and food supplies, Kykuit (ki cut)--Afrikaans for "lookout" was built by Rockefeller dynasty founder John D. Rockefeller in 1903. The 40-room Classical Revival home, now on the National Trust, is modest by most mega-magnate standards; John ...

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    Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

    Sleepy Hollow, NY
    4.5
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    The cemetery is one of the main history attractions in Sleepy Hollow. It is on a small hill off the main street and well shades. The graves go back over 200 years. Many New York luminaries are buried here, including Washington Irving (whose legend forever associated Sleepy Hollow with the headless horseman), Andrew Carnegie and various Astors and Rockafellers.

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    Rock of Salvation Church

    131 Cortlandt Street, Sleepy Hollow, NY, United States
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    Philipsburg Manor

    381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY
    5
    1 review

    Philipsburg Manor is a reconstructed Dutch mill and store along a tributary of the Hudson. The manor was a place where local farmers came to grind their wheat and buy imported materials. It was built during the late 17th century. These days visitors can see for themselves the workings of the mill, wool spinning and what kinds of commodities were ...

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