Yonkers

Yonkers City Hall and its war memorial, on South Broadway

Yonkers is in Westchester County and the fourth largest city in New York state. It is a suburb of New York City and directly borders the Bronx borough of New York City.

Get in

The South County Trail Way is a well paved north-south bikeway through the middle of Yonkers, south to The Bronx and north to central Westchester County.

By plane

The three major airports in the New York City area offer service to just about anywhere. Westchester-based taxi and livery cars offer regular service to and from the three internationals from most areas of the county. New York City yellow cabs must take to you Westchester, but the fares can be expensive, especially as they double upon crossing the city line. Instead, ask if your hotel offers shuttle service.

By train

Yankee Stadium - Now accessible via Metro North on the Yonkers Hudson Line

See

Hudson River Museum and Glenview Mansion
Philipse Manor Hall
Garden in Untermyer Park

Do

Buy

Eat

St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church

Drink

Yonkers train station

Sleep

Go next

New York City is immediately to the south.

The rest of the Hudson Valley is to the north.

Routes through Yonkers

Albany Croton-on-Hudson  N  S  New York City
Albany Dobbs Ferry  N  S  Bronx END
Katonah Hastings-on-Hudson  N  S  becomes Bronx Manhattan
Albany Hastings-on-Hudson  N  S  Bronx Manhattan
Croton-on-Hudson Hastings-on-Hudson  N  S  Bronx Manhattan


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