Significant Sites & Structures Guide
and Downtown Walking Tour
The Significant Sites & Structures Guide, created in early 2010, is a document designed to catalogue the Village of Ossining's numerous buildings, neighborhoods, and other locations that are of architectural, cultural, and historical significance. The Guide is intended to provide a resource for those seeks information on historic structures located within the Village of Ossining. The document contains sixty-two entries, each of which focuses on a particular landmark within Ossining. The entries have been divided among five chapters, each corresponding to an era in Ossining's History:
The significance for both sites and structures is defined using critera set forth by the National Register of Historic Places.
Revolutionary War Era and Earlier (1799 and Before)
Early 19th Century (1800-1839)
Mid 19th Century (1840-1869)
Late 19th Century (1870-1899)
Early 20th Century (1900-1939)
The Significant Sites and Structures Guide can be accessed at the link below:
Cultural - For properties associated with important historical figures or figures
Historical - For properties associated with important events or patterns of history
Architectural - For properties that are a notable example of period architecture, engineering, or landscape design
Engineering - For public works representing an unprecedented engineering achievement
Village of Ossining Significant Sites & Structures Guide
The location of each of the properties featured in the Guide can be viewed online via Google Earth. You will need to install the Google Earth web browser plugin to use the viewer. The viewer can be accessed at the link below:
Village of Ossining Significant Sites & Structures Mapping Page
To view a number of these sites in person, take the established Village of Ossining Downtown Walking Tour.
Downtown Walking Tour Map
Downtown Walking Tour Brochure
Hard copies of both the Significant Sites and Structures as well as the Downtown Walking Tour are available for viewing at the Village of Ossining Department of Planning, located at the John-Paul Rodrigues Operations Center, 101 Route 9A, as well as the Village Clerk's Office at 16 Croton Avenue and the Ossining Public Library.