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Overlooking the Hudson River and housed in the Hebrew Home for the Aged, the Judaica Museum recounts 150 years of Jewish history and includes some 800 artifacts representative of traditional ceremonies held in synagogues and homes. The museum offers a variety of cultural and educational programs including films, a library, lectures and courses. Be sure to wander through the rest of the retirement home: you'll see the likes of Picasso, Matisse and Van Gogh on the walls, all originals.
Hudson River Museum, with its six galleries and a planetarium, is one of the largest in Westchester, New York. The name indicates the prime interest of the museum, that is the Hudson River and its environs, including the plant and animal life. The Yonker City Hall collection of the 19th Century became a part of this museum after its construction. It also includes paintings, sculptures, graphics, furniture and other artifacts. Events can be held at the museum cafe, auditorium and courtyard.
Empire City Casino offers a number of casino games, including slots, craps and roulette. In addition to these casino staples, there is also live harness racing 5 nights a week for those looking for a little more action.
Kinsley Park is a small neighborhood expanse featuring tennis courts as well as a ball field. There's a little play area for the kids.
Looking out to the Hudson River, this little park is a hidden oasis, and a place for peaceful reflection. The park spans just 2.2 acres (0.9 hectares) and has a monument titled The Spirit of Discovery Hudson Fulton at its heart.