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The Weather in Westchester County
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in Westchester County with average maximum temperatures of 84°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Westchester County, with temperatures going under 23° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Vacation homes in Westchester County, fun for the whole family
Westchester County is home to historic sites, picturesque views, mouthwatering food, and excitement for all ages. Vacation rentals, ranging from spacious riverside homes to apartments, allow vacationers to feel at home while exploring all that Westchester has to offer.
For fine dining on the waterfront, look no further than Red Hat on The River. Housed in a 100-year-old remodeled factory boasts spectacular views of the beautiful Hudson River. The menu offers brasserie-style food with French influences. Using locally sourced food and vendors, Red Hat offers seasonal menus, ensuring diners the best produce New York State has to offer.
Architecture and art buffs can tour Kykuit, an estate built by the illustrious Rockefeller family. On a guided tour, visitors explore the six-story house and surrounding terraced gardens, boasting sculptures from prestigious artists. Tour guides share stories about the lives of the Rockefeller family and show visitors the art on display, such as tapestries created by Pablo Picasso.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center is a perfect destination for families. With rides, a 4-D cinema, LEGO build and play areas and much more, LEGOLAND offers a full day of excitement. Upon arrival, children can experience how Lego bricks are made. Stop by the Master Builder Academy for a lesson in construction or check out MiniLand, a small-scale city with New York landmarks. Visit one of the LEGO build and play areas to try your hand at building race cars, or construct a skyscraper and see how it holds up to an earthquake.
For some fresh air, families can check out Greenburgh Nature Center, a nature preserve with butterfly arbor, ponds, walking trails and animal exhibits. Muscoot Farm is a working farm where kids can take part in daily farm life and participate in a number of activities to interact with the animals and learn how to take care of them.
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