From the grand early 19th century “American Empire” Greek Revival mansions of Peter Augustus Jay and Edward Lamb Parsons on the Boston Post Road to Charles A. Platt’s 1903 Garden Court built for the heir to the Rand McNally fortune to Mott B. Schmidt’s 1920 Ormsby Mitchel residence overlooking Long Island Sound in the exclusive enclave of Greenhaven to Rye Playland, the 1928 amusement park extravaganza by Walker & Gillette. All this and more – including lunch at Sunnyledge, a c. 1915 Colonial Revival home overlooking the 1899 Apawamis Club golf course, one of several historic courses that have made Rye a famous golf destination for over a century.
Join us for this insiders' view of unusual locations chosen by our host Suzanne Clary for this League-sponsored day trip as we continue our series of extraordinary tours exploring the fascinating history of private residences and public spaces in New York State.
Friday, June 16
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tickets Start at $150
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