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Consisting of an indoor facility lit with black light, Monster Mini Golf offers a horror themed course with a variety of monster sculptures. Visitors can have their birthday parties there and receive a guided tour of the course.
State Cinema is small 2 screen movie theater that shows first run films and features stadium seating with reclining seats. The theater originally opened in 1927 as the Springdale Theater and has operated as a movie house ever since.
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing Georgian culture, the Dancing Crane Georgian Dance Theater teaches, demonstrates, and performs traditional Georgian dance. It offers classes in music and dance for children and adults.
Located on the banks of New York's Wawayanda River, the Pacem in Terris Sculpture Garden is a space of quiet contemplation that features the sculpted works of Frederick Franck, whose works have been exhibited all over the world.
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Cross County Ctr, 2 South Drive, Yonkers, NY 10704 MoreLess Info
Cross Country Multiplex Cinemas offers 14 theaters that screen first-run movies with digital video and sound. The cinema features a variety of concessions, including popcorn and candy, and also has facilities for conferences and parties.
The Danbury Ice Arena is a hockey rink and skating facility that is home to the Danbury Whalers hockey team. In addition to professional hockey, the rink offers open skating, youth leagues, and lessons, and is available for party rentals.
Built in 1780, the Charles Ives Birthplace Museum is a historic wooden home located in Danbury. Located on seven acres of land, the home stands to preserve the history of the Ives' family and the city's history.