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If you love history you will love visiting Scarsdale, New York. As a historic town formed in 1712, Scarsdale’s historic roots run all the way back to the American Revolution when both Continental and British armies passed through the land. The New York and Harlem Railroad also originated around this area and later became known as a division of the New York Central. After World War II, many Quakers began to inhabit the area and later developed the portion of the village known as Quaker Ridge.
When you plan your trip to Scarsdale, you will have a variety of lodging options to choose from ranging from quaint bed and breakfast suites to rustic cabins and condos. History buffs will love to fill their days with browsing through the local historical society or overlooking a beautiful view of the Hutchinson River. Families will love Scarsdale’s variety of parks and a nature center. Additional attractions include spas and shopping. At night, families can enjoy dining from a range of delicacies, including American grill food on an outdoor terrace or even Asian dishes at a local sushi bar. From Irish to Mediterranean, there is a restaurant that will meet everyone’s desires in Scarsdale.