This is the post office in Tuxedo Park, New York. The post office is open Monday through Saturday. P.O. boxes are available and passport applications are accepted. The Tuxedo Park Post Office is notable for its stone exterior.
The post office is located on the main street of Tuxedo Park (Route 17), right near the train station and the village offices. The actual address is 228 Route 17.
Tuxedo Park is a village located in Orange County, New York about 40 miles northwest of Manhattan. Tuxedo Park is also part of the larger town of Tuxedo. The name Tuxedo is derived from the Lenni-Lenape Indian name for a nearby lake. It was once a prominent getaway for high society New Yorkers. And yes, a tuxedo takes its name from Tuxedo, New York. According to the story, Griswold Lorillard (of the tobacco family) wore a tuxedo for the first time in the United States to the Autumn Ball in the village back in 1886. The evening attire thus became known as a “tuxedo.”