Discover what Westchester has to offer north of the Cross Westchester Expressway. The rural splendor and cultural magnificence of this area is unmatched, whether you’re looking for a blissful nature experience or the county’s finest arts and entertainment.

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Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
Nourish your eyes and ears at this Westchester treasure. Aficionados of classical, jazz, opera and the American Songbook will love the copious concerts. The Rosen House, a Mediterranean-style mansion, contains an astonishing collection of Renaissance and Eastern decorative and fine art.

149 Girdle Ridge Road | Katonah, NY | T: (914) 232-5035
Crabtree’s Kittle House
Treat yourself to a distinctive dining experience at this historic eatery. Relish a glass of red or white in the wine tasting room, or luxuriate in a full farm-to-table dinner. Enjoying the old world atmosphere too much to leave? You can stay the night at the Kittle House Inn.

11 Kittle Road | Chappaqua, NY | T: (914) 666-8044
Downtown Katonah
Start your day with artistic flair in downtown Katonah’s shopping and dining district. Flanked by charming Victorian homes, you’ll find galleries, boutiques and restaurants. Stop by The Eclectic Collector for whimsical art and gifts, and grab a quick bite at LeFontane Ristorante or Katonah Grill.
Katonah Museum of Art
Then head to the Katonah Museum of Art, a hidden gem with a reputation for quality and innovation. You’ll find six to ten new exhibits a year, from Buddhist art to European folk designs. Don’t miss the exquisite outdoor sculpture garden that’s open for spring picnicking.

Route 22 at Jay Street | Katonah, NY | T: (914) 232-9555
Ward Pound Ridge Reserve
Trek into Westchester’s largest park! Open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to dusk, year-round, there’s something to see and do in every season. Tackle the varied terrain and be rewarded with gorgeous landscapes. Hike miles of peaceful wooded trails. Come back again and again to camp, fish and picnic. The entrance to the park is off New York State Route 121 at the bridge over the Cross River about 100 yards south of New York Route 35.

Route 35 and 121 South | Cross River, NY | T: (914) 864-7317
Where to Stay
Westchester County offers a wide variety of hotels. Whether you are newlyweds looking for a bit of romance, a family of four watching your budget, or a business traveller requiring a business center, we're sure one of our hotels will accommodate your needs.
Westchester Hotel List
Wolf Conservation Center
Pre-register for a variety of unique programs dedicated to raising awareness about wolves, their relationship to our environment, and what you can do to help protect their future. Encounter Atka, Alawa and Zephyr – the Ambassador Wolves – or check them out on the live Wolf Cam before you visit.

7 Buck Run St. | South Salem, NY | T: (914) 763-2373
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