Walking Tour of Greeley’s Farm

Society-friends-and-members-Walked-Greeley's-FarmDid you know Horace Greeley’s farm was 78 acres in what is now considered downtown Chappaqua? Come walk with us through parts of Greeley’s original farm and learn about the legacy the Greeley family had on Chappaqua.

The tour starts at the Horace Greeley House and then heads south through Greeley Woods, and finishes back at the Greeley House. Comfortable walking shoes (there are some moderate grades and pebbly paths) are suggested.

The walk takes about 50-60 minutes. Click here for the online version of the tour: http://www.newcastlehs.org/walkinghoracegreeleysfarm/

If you would prefer a physical version of the tour, please stop by the Historical Society to pick up a copy, or call the Society to schedule a guided tour today (914-238-4666).

Downtown Chappaqua

Corner-of-lower-King-Street-Greeley-Avenue-1900Wow! Has our town changed! Did you know we had a pickle factory? A hotel? Shoe factory? Learn about “downtown Chappaqua” before the railroad first came to town.

The tour will take about one hour and starts at the Greeley House. Stop by the Historical Society to pick up a self-guided tour map, or call the Society to schedule a guided tour today (914-238-4666).