A curiosity of live music and movie mystery
BRAND NEW for 2018: Settle in to an eerie evening performance featuring an original silent film starring Bill Irwin accompanied by live musicians and an in-the-flesh special effects Foley artist. Inspired by Washington Irving’s spooky tale “The Adventure of the Mysterious Picture,” the film was shot on location in the historic buildings of nearby Van Cortlandt Manor. Steeped in dark and moody turn-of-the-19th-century atmosphere, The Unsilent Picture unbends reality in the true spirit of Sleepy Hollow. You can easily combine this experience with Horseman’s Hollow and Irving’s ‘Legend’!
Recommended for ages 10 and up. Contains scenes of drinking alcohol, smoking and snuff tobacco use, implied violence, and mature themes.
October 4-6; 11-14; 18-20; 25-27; 31; November 1- 3
Sat-Sun: 12:45pm; 2:45; 4:45, 6, 7, 8, 9*
Friday + Oct 31: 6pm, 7, 8, 9 Columbus Day: 12:45pm; 2:45; 4:45
*No 9pm performance on November 3
Member pre-sale: August 20
General public on-sale: September 3
Members: $5/Ticket Discount
$2/ticket surcharge for onsite and phone purchase
GPS address for Philipsburg Manor:
381 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY
GPS address for overflow lot:
100 Continental St., Sleepy Hollow, NY
Can children attend The Unsilent Picture?
We recommend The Unsilent Picture for ages 10 and up.
How long is The Unsilent Picture Experience?
The Unsilent Picture experience is approximately 40 minutes. The movie has a runtime of approximately 25 minutes.
Is the experience wheelchair accessible?
The Unsilent Picture is handicapped accessible, as there are no stairs to negotiate. However, there is soft-surface terrain to navigate to the entrance and in the tent.
Handicapped parking is available, but your car must display a handicapped placard or plate.
What is your weather policy?
is held rain or shine. If you elect not to attend, your tickets are neither refundable nor exchangeable. In poor weather, ticket holders should consult local weather forecasts for their own area and make their own determination about whether to set out for the evening’s event.
An event may be canceled by Historic Hudson Valley if, in its sole judgment, extreme weather or other conditions could jeopardize the safety of visitors, volunteers, and staff. Generally, rain, snow flurries, or showers would not lead us to cancel, but extremely heavy rain, thunder, and lightning, very strong wind; blizzard conditions, heavy icing, or a prediction of such conditions could force us to do so. If Historic Hudson Valley determines that conditions warrant canceling an
Are tickets refundable?
Unfortunately, there are no refunds, no exchanges, and no credits for future purchases. However, your tickets can be re-sold, given away, or donated.