Sports & Entertainment
Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway
A night on the town or a day at the races is easy with 5,300 slot machines, baccarat tables, Italian dining and trackside dining less than a mile away.
Just 10 miles away is Yankee Stadium, home of the legendary New York Yankees and several iconic entertainment performances throughout history.
Home to the New York Giants, New York Jets, and the NFL Super Bowl XLVII, MetLife Stadium is a premier sports and entertainment destination.
The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers has reinvented the movie-going experience. Travel + Leisure calls it one of the world’s coolest movie theaters.
Westchester’s Ridge Hill
This 81-acre outdoor shopping complex has a Main Street feel complete with a lush town square, children’s play area, dancing fountains, and a trolley.
Public Golf Courses
Westchester County owns and operates six beautiful 18-hole courses, several within a 5-10 mile radius of The Royal Regency Hotel.
New York City
A short 20-minute train ride takes guests to midtown Manhattan for fine dining, shopping on Fifth Avenue, Broadway shows, and more.
The Westchester Broadway Theatre
A one-of-a-kind venue in Westchester, each show is produced exclusively for the WBT with Broadway performers, directors and designers.
New York Botanical Garden
Founded in 1891, the New York Botanical Garden is a National Historic Landmark, and the largest botanical garden in any city in the U.S.
Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site
The high-style Georgian mansion boasts an original 1750s paper-mache ceiling and selections from the Cochran Collection of American Portraiture.
Hudson River Museum
The largest cultural institution in Westchester, the museum complex includes six art galleries, the Andrus Planetarium, and historic Glenview Mansion.
The Sherwood House
One of the few existing pre-Revolutionary homesteads in New York, the 1740 tenant farmhouse is a well-preserved example of Anglo-Dutch homes.
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center
An interactive experience featuring hands-on play areas, 4D cinema, master classes, rides, and Westchester County and NYC, made entirely of LEGOs.
Westchester’s only indoor amusement park including video games, rides, LazerTag, glow-in-the-dark bowling, billiards, go-karting, and glow mini-golf.
The Bronx Zoo
The world’s largest metropolitan zoo, with 6,000 animals representing about 650 global species and 265 acres of park lands and naturalistic habitats.
The Science Barge
Floating on the Hudson River, the Science Barge greenhouse is a prototype sustainable urban farm operating as an environmental education center.