You didn't think it was just a story, did you? The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow is indeed the same one featured in Washington Irving's classic story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Built in 1685, it's the oldest existing church in the state, has been deemed a National Historic Landmark and is still used for services during the summer, on Easter, and on Christmas Eve. If you happen to stop by, be sure to visit the Sleepy Hollow Cemetary next to the church, in which is buried Irving himself, as well as a number of folks who wound up being used in his stories. And, of course, keep your eyes out for headless horsemen.