The holiday season is upon us but there is still time to feast your eyes on some inspirational holiday splendor at one of New York's historic sites.
Experience the drama and color of the post-winter season with a floral takeover of the historic Lyndhurst mansion.
If you still need some holiday inspiration it isn't too late to fit in a visit to one of New York's festively adorned historic house museums.
It may seem a bit early to be planning your Halloween activities, but for many historic sites the season of pumpkins, ghouls and creepy fun means special programs that sell out quickly.
The holiday season goes by quickly, so if you want to dazzle your eyes with the glory of lavish decorations in a historic setting, start making your plans now.
In the mood for an upstate adventure that captures the traditions of the season? It isn't too late to squeeze in a trip to one of the historic sites that are bedecked for the holidays.
Lyndhurst, located in Tarrytown, N.Y., is one of America's finest castles. The house was designed in 1838 by Alexander Jackson Davis, one of the giants of early 19th century American architecture