Suffern Tourism

Incorporated in 1796, Suffern is a village in the city of Ramapo in Rockland County, New York, United States. Situated 31 miles northwest of Manhattan, the place housed a total population of around 10,700 and was previously referred to as "Sidman's Clove" or "The Point of the Mountains." And with a total area of 2.1 square miles, Suffern acts as a designated gateway to the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. The median household income in the village hovers around $59,700 annually. The current government of the village is headed by its mayor, Michael Curley, and Mondaire Jones in the United States House of Representatives represents it. Regarding transportation, the village houses a railway station that serves express and local trains and multiple interstate and state routes. Recently, the place has been subjected to massive publicity because it is the film location for TV shows such as Sex and the City (1998) and films such as The Irishman (2019).

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