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This is the climate diagram in Mount Vernon. July is the warmest month in Mount Vernon with average maximum temperatures of 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Revolutionary history and art await with Mount Vernon vacation homes
In the suburbs of New York City you'll find cultural, historic, and outdoor gems that offer somewhat of a respite from the hustle and bustle the Big Apple. Vacation homes in Mount Vernon, New York boast unparalleled historic relics of Revolutionary times. World-class art and a burgeoning local film scene are just the beginning of its attractions.
Revolutionary history in Mount Vernon
One interesting place to visit is St Paul's Church National Historic Site, which has remained an important part of community life since 1665. Townspeople voted at the Village Green nearby and a Revolutionary battle was fought less than a mile from its doors.
During your visit you'll learn about colonial times, and how Revolutionary troops tore down the wooden meetinghouse and transformed the stone chapel into a hospital. From scholarly lectures to re-enactments and concerts, there's always something entertaining happening at this historical gem.
Museums and muses
Thomas Paine was one of the most influential writers during the American Revolution, and his thoughts helped shape George Washington's political ideology. Learn more about his pivotal role in the establishment of modern American at the nearby Thomas Paine National Museum, where interactive exhibits and documentary evidence evoke this fascinating period of history.
Why not take a trip to the New York Botanical Gardens? Surreal sculptures by internationally known artist Dale Chihuly explode from between the floral beds at this inspiring horticultural center. Here you can learn all about climate change and conservation through entertaining special events, and enjoy concerts amid a swathe of bright blooms and atmospheric features.
Film and festivals in Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Film Festival showcases fantastic movies from emerging artists, filmmakers, and directors that work with a variety of media. The four-day festival in September celebrates Mount Vernon's heritage and cultural influences. Expect special guest appearances and live screenings, panel discussions, and workshops at this exciting festival for up-and-coming film.
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