Your retirement is a time to do the things you enjoy most, like indulging in fine dining, traveling, pursuing your passions and keeping a full social calendar. And living at The Knolls in Westchester County makes it easy to do so.

Westchester County is home to many attractions, from dining and shopping to outdoor activities and exciting events. With a rich history—and located close to an iconic arts culture—living at The Knolls means you’ll be near it all.

You’ll be able to spend your days doing things you enjoy most, without having to travel far from home. And, with scheduled transportation opportunities provided by The Knolls, being a resident makes it even easier to visit the places you want.

Rich History in Westchester County

Settlement in Westchester County dates back hundreds of years, making it the perfect place to discover its unique history. There are many museums and historical sites to visit. Plan a day trip with your grandchildren, or explore a new place with new friends.

The county is home to sites like Thomas Paine Cottage Museum, the Kykuit, John Jay Homestead, Lyndhurst Mansion, Philipsburg Manor, Van Cortlandt Manor, Philipse Manor Hall, and the Bush-Lyon Homestead. With so many sites, it’s unlikely that you’ll run out of places to visit!

Shopping and Dining

If you prefer hitting the shops or eating out, there are plenty of places to visit in Westchester County, too. Shopping destinations include The Westchester, outdoor shopping at Ridge Hill, and open air shopping at Cross County Shopping Center, among many others. And, with regularly scheduled shopping trips at The Knolls, you can shop alone or with other residents at your leisure.

The county is also home to many delicious, unique dining options, including waterfront dining on the Hudson River at restaurants like Red Hat on the River and X20 Xaviars on the Hudson. There’s no other dining experience like it. If you’re looking to stay in town, try the fine dining of Sapori, or the casual café Melt Sandwich Shop. Whatever the occasion, Westchester County has a dining venue for it.

Arts and Music

Feeling creative? Get your creative juices flowing around town. The Rye Arts Center is a great place to take an art, dance or music class, or browse the gallery. Or, stop by ArtsWestchester for one of their many programs, events, classes and exhibits.

If you want to see a performance, movie or play, visit the White Plains Performing Arts Center, the Copland House, or the Emelin Theatre. Rotating event calendars keep things fresh, and there’s always a new show to see.

No matter where your interests lie, there is something for everyone in Westchester County. And, with regularly scheduled transportation provided by The Knolls, you can easily get to where you want to go.

For more information about living at The Knolls, give us a call today at 914-461-4517.

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