The village of Elmsford, New York has an interesting history and quiet, close-knit community, which is a charming spot nestled into the suburbs.
Located about 22 miles from Manhattan, Elmsford has easy access to a number of highways, including Interstate 287, the Saw Mill River Parkway, the Sprain Brook Parkway and Route 9A. While Elmsford does not have a commuter train to New York City, it is located about 10 minutes from both the White Plains and Tarrytown stops on the Metro-North Hudson line. Travel time on the express trains from these locations is 30 and 35 minutes, respectively, to Grand Central Terminal.
Elmsford is home to the vastly entertaining Westchester Broadway Theatre. This village also features a variety of cuisine, including Italian, Indian, Persian and Chinese, sure to satisfy any craving. There are also a number of walking and biking trails that take travelers from Elmsford into surrounding towns and villages, for an exhilarating outdoor experience.