in Westchester
Feed your body, mind and soul with birdsongs, live streaming concerts, and vistas of the majestic Hudson Valley.
Take it to the Bridge
Enjoy a walk or bike ride over the Hudson River on the  Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge Path . The 3.6-mile (each way) path — with six overlooks and amenities at each end — offers an exciting and unique recreational experience as well as a new destination for public art . Pedestrians and cyclists can reach the path from “landings” at each end of the bridge, where they’ll find parking, welcome centers, interactive displays, public art and restrooms. The Westchester Landing is less than a mile from downtown Tarrytown.
Spread your Wings
Looking for a new hobby or distraction this summer? Try bird watching in Westchester! You can do it owl by yourself or with friends. Favorite birding spots in County parks include Marshlands Conservancy and Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary in Rye , Lenoir Preserve in Yonkers , and Cranberry Lake Preserve near Valhalla .
Feed your Soul
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts recently announced a flexible Summer 20/2.0 program featuring livestreamed on-site performances, live performances for low-density audiences on its expansive grounds, and tours of its gardens and sound art. Through August 6, Caramoor will stream seven new performances. Details of live performances will be announced soon, subject to changing health and safety guidelines. 
Indulge Yourself 
Nestled atop historic Fort Hill in Peekskill, The Abbey Inn & Spa is set within a space as striking as its surroundings. A former convent, now beautifully repurposed with luxury accommodations and amenities including a serene spa and fitness area, and stunning indoor and outdoor gathering spaces overlooking the Hudson River. At its Apropos Restaurant & Bar , Chef John Paidas brings Mediterranean inspiration to fresh, seasonal Hudson Valley sourced ingredients. 
Photo Credits: Top to bottom: Samantha Weck; NYS Thruway Authority; © Gabe Palacio