Though built in 1784 (well after the Dutch ruled New Amsterdam), this Inwood institution still retains the distinctive characteristics of the Dutch Colonial style, such as a gambrel roof and decorative brickwork. Furnishings, housewares and artifacts from the past 200 years paint a unique picture of rural Manhattan while, out on the grounds, a replica of a Hessian officer's hut hints at the area's Revolutionary War connection.
|Venue name:||Dyckman Farmhouse Museum||Contact:|
|Cross street:||at 204th St|
|Opening hours:||Wed–Sat 11am–4pm, Sun 12–4pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A to 207th St–Inwood|
|Price:||$1, children under 10 free.|