As part of the New York State Path Through History Weekend, visit the historic Keeper’s House used in the 1800s as a residence by the supervisor charged with maintaining a portion of the Aqueduct which brought fresh water to a disease-ridden New York City. The House, now designated a National Historic Landmark, has been restored and repurposed as a Visitor and Education Center which features the 176-year-old NYC water system. Located on the Aqueduct in Dobbs Ferry at 15 Walnut Street, the Keeper’s House is a short uphill walk east from the Metro-North Hudson Line Dobbs Ferry train station.
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