Untermyer Gardens

Dated: November 1 2022

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Untermyer Park is a historic 43 acre park, located in Yonkers, Westchester County, New York, just north of New York City. Also known as Untermyer Gardens, the park was previously part of an estate known as Greystone. Situated on a hillside above the Hudson River, the park features a "Grecian garden" (actually a Persian Paradise garden), a small Grecian-style amphitheater, a classical pavilion, pergola, statuary, a rock and water feature called the "Temple of Love" and a "Vista" staircase. To the west, the park has views of the Hudson River and the Palisades.

(From Untermyer Park's wiki.)

 Interested in learning more about the gardens or going for a visit? Head here for more info.

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