We visited the cemetery in the daytime and at night with a walking tour. The evening Lantern Tour was great. Sandy, our guide, was great and we learned a great deal of history as well. We came back the next day to tour in the daytime and so many American Revolution Soldiers are buried here; we live outside of Philadelphia... 更多
I expected this cemetery to be commercialized, crowded, and prob not worth the trip, but I was very wrong. I pulled up on a Sat afternoon and figured I had missed the parking lot but nope, there wasn't one. It was truly a traditional, historic cemetery that had only a few scattered visitors. What a beautiful setting with so much... 更多
A beautiful cemetery right by a river where you can spot the resting places of Irving, Carnegie, Rockefeller, and others. The headless horseman bridge is also located here. There are some nice benches and steps for you to rest on to take a break. It's quite hilly, so wear your walking shoes. Be sure to grab a map at the... 更多
A beautiful old cemetery, famous for the Headless Horseman. Several famous graves, such as Samuel Gompers. Great for a walk on a nice day. Around Halloween, you may meet the Horseman.
I love the show Sleepy Hollow and everything about the Legends. drove through did not do tour. it was raining perfect dreary day for touring a cemetery the trees look haunted with all the Moss and lichens growing on them got to see Carnegie, Rockefeller, Washington Irving and Helmsley burial places. Enjoyed this one would love to come back at... 更多
This two hour tour of the Old Dutch Church cemetery is worth the time. Our tour guide, Sarah, was full of stories about the "residents" that touched on the people and the history of the time. Lots of stories about the Revolution and how Tarrytown was always involved. Washington Irving, Andrew Carnegie, William Rockefeller and more - lots of great... 更多
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is a beautiful setting for both the deaf AND the living...couples even get married here! Famous industrialists like Andrew Carnegie and some Rockefellers are buried here, as is author Washington Irving, author of the famous short story. Grab a map to wander around on your own - or take an informative guided tour.