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Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum

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The history of this beautiful estate dates back to the 17th Century, when Thomas Pell signed a treaty with the Siwanoy Indians to purchase what is now the Bronx borough. Located within today’s Pelham Bay Park, the current house was built between 1836 and 1842, and was sold to the City of New York in 1888. Re-opened as a museum in 1946, it now offers tours of its furnishings, carriage house and formal gardens.

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Address: 895 Shore Rd
Bronx
10464
Cross street: at Pelham Bay Park
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Opening hours: Wed, Sat, Sun noon–4pm
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