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Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse

Also known as the Tarrytown Light and Kingsland Point Light, this historic lighthouse was first lit in 1883 and served to warn ships away from dangerous shoals on the east side of the Hudson River.

1-914-366-5109
299 Palmer Ave.
Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
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Also known as the Tarrytown Light and Kingsland Point Light, this historic lighthouse was first lit in 1883 and served to warn ships away from dangerous shoals on the east side of the Hudson River. Over its 78 years of operation, 12 light keepers and their families occupied the five-story structure. The light was automated in the mid-1950s and operated until 1961 when navigation lights on the Tappan Zee Bridge rendered it obsolete.
 

Tours of the light are offered by the village of Sleepy Hollow. From land, best views are from Kingsland Point Park.
 
 
 
 
 

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