Tuxedo is ripe with both natural beauty and the beauty of its structures. Tuxedo is a unique
place. It is a mere 40 miles away from a major metropolitan center (New York City), and
yet, Tuxedo exhibits a lush, natural beauty that can be found in very few places. Also, the
structures of Tuxedo's houses, stores, and other buildings are equally beautiful. Many of the buildings
were designed by famous architects hundreds of years ago. These pages will give you a taste of
the enviroment in and around Tuxedo.
We invite you to browse through all the photgraphs to develop a true sense of the type of town
that Tuxedo is. Please feel free to e-mail us with any
comments or inquiries that you might have about our town.
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Beautiful fall foliage
Just one of Tuxedo's many beautiful views
Tuxedo is situated in the valley of the Ramapo Mountains
Another of Tuxedo's beatiful lakes
An aerial shot of the three lakes of Tuxedo Park
Vibrant colors appear every autumn
A home in Tuxedo Park
St. Elizabeth's Chapel
A view of the Police Station
building, doubling as the local train station.
Former residence of Harriman family
A view of the library
from Route 17
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
The Gatehouse of Tuxedo Park
An example of architecture in Tuxedo
Horse Show Grounds
View from Tower Hill
Residence of W. M. V. Harriman, Esq.
Tower Hill from West Lake Drive