Eastchester Historical Society

Upcoming in October:

The Bronxville Women’s Club

Invites all to tour historic sites in Tuckahoe and Bronxville

on the Tuckahoe Trolley

Guide:  Richard Forliano

Sunday, October 30, 2016   12:00 Noon

Join us on our first leg of our trilogy of learning about the rich history of our area in lower Westchester.  We will board the Tuckahoe Trolley and enjoy a two-hour tour of Bronxville and Tuckahoe as Eastchester historian Richard Forliano points out the many historic landmarks with fascinating tidbits.  We will conclude the tour at Tuckahoe’s historic Olde Stone Mill Restaurant, where those who wish to continue the afternoon can have lunch.

Price for the Trolley Ride and the guided tour is $20 for adults; $10 for those 6-12.  Under 6 are free with adult.  Lunch is extra. 

Reservations:  Call the BWC at 337-3252 or email at bronxvillewomensclub@gmail.org

Meeting place:  The Olde Stone Mill RestaurantType your paragraph here.

Celebrating 350 Years of History 

The Eastchester Historical Society is a not-for-profit group established in 1958 to further the understanding and appreciation of the history of Eastchester and the Villages of Tuckahoe and Bronxville New York.

The Society is responsible for maintaining the Marble School House and the Historical Society Library for the purpose of promoting and encouraging historical research and disseminating information concerning the history of the town of Eastchester.  We gather and preserve books, documents, flags, maps, toys, clothing and relics relating to the history of the town of Eastchester.

Students in need of research information can look under the Historian's Corner on the

350th Anniversary site. 

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