Cultural Institutions

Cultural Institutions

Westchester County

Brief Description of the county

Westchester County is located in the southeastern area of New York State.  The county's location places New York City and the Long Island Sound to its south, Putnam County to its north, Fairfield County, Connecticut to its east, and Rockland County as well as New Jersey to the west across the Hudson River.

The Historical Society and Museum collects, preserves, and celebrates the history of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. Founded in 1889, it explores the history of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow through educational programs, research, archeological...

Featuring a planetarium, rotating art exhibits, professional development events for teachers, and special school visit programs, the Hudson River Museum is an excellent resource for all members of the community.

The mission of the library is to be the cultural and educational resource center for the residents of the Township of Irvington and its neighboring communities.

The goal of the John C. Hart Memorial Library is to serve the community by providing a center for intellectual, personal, and cultural enrichment for the people of all ages and backgrounds.

The Katonah Village Library provides a quiet space, open to all members of the community that is conducive to reading and study.  It offers a wide range of resources, from books to DVDs to internet access, and its meeting spaces are available.  ...