Westchester’s Favorite Festival Returns This Fall!

Find handmade and uncommon items from 200 makers you can’t find anywhere else in the county!

Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst returns on September 17-19, 2021! Visitors can spend the day with family and friends shopping for original fashions, accessories, jewelry, home décor, furniture, photography and fine art; as well as functional and sculptural works in ceramics, glass, metal, wood, mixed media and more!

Plus they can enjoy gourmet specialties, tastings from local distilleries, craft demos and family activities!


Experience fun family activities like interactive puppet theater, face painting, storytelling and more and watch craft demos like wheel thrown pottery!


Shop til you drop then stay to have lunch with options like BBQ and seafood, plus favorites like hamburgers and ice cream and vegetarian options too; taste small batch gourmet specialties; and enjoy NYS distillery and winery tastings! Also, new this year: a mobile beer truck!


Visit the craft show then enjoy Lyndhurst’s 67 sprawling acres (included in craft show admission) with breathtaking scenic views of the Hudson River, a carriage house, rose garden and the nation’s first steel-framed conservatory. Tours (for an additional fee) are available to experience the magnificent Neo-Gothic mansion museum and one of America’s first bowling alleys!

Show hours are Friday, September 17 from 10am-5pm, Saturday, September 18 from 10am-6pm, and Sunday, September 19 from 10am-5pm. General admission is $12, seniors are $11 (62 & up), children 6-16 are $4 and children under 6 are free. Group rates are available and tour buses are welcome. Mansion tours are an additional fee. Crafts at Lyndhurst is held at Lyndhurst, located at 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, NY. Parking is free and the show is outdoors, rain or shine. Sorry, while we love our furry friends, no pets are allowing within the show site. More details are available at www.artrider.com.

Lyndhurst, the Gothic Revival mansion and its picturesque 67-acre estate are an outstanding example of 19th century landscape design including sweeping lawns accented with shrubs and specimen trees (some that are found only on this property) as well as a thriving rose garden and the nation’s first steel-framed green-house conservatory. Lyndhurst is also part of Westchester’s RiverWalk which spans 14 municipalities and is a part of the Hudson River Valley Greenway. Tours of the magnificent Lyndhurst mansion are available at an additional cost.

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