Village of Ossining Bicentennial

Sponsored by: Ginsburg Development Companies, LLC

“Mad Men Places” Tour

The 60s

Sunday, September 22, 2013. 1:00 PM -3:00 PM

In seasons 1–3 of AMC's TV series Mad Men, Ossining is home to lead character Don Draper and his family. It remains the home of his ex-wife, Betty, and their children through much of season 4.

This tour will cover some of the real and fictional Ossining locations mentioned in the “Mad Men” TV program. Bus tickets are $40. There will be refreshments at the Ossining Metro-North Station Waiting Room. DJ will play 60s music and a few 60s era cars in the parking lot. Guests will be encouraged to wear 60s attire.

  • Rain Date: Sunday Meet at the Ossining Historical Society Museum,196 Croton Avenue September, 29, 2013

For more information contact:
Miguel Hernandez » 914-815-5842
Norman MacDonald » 914-941-0001



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