Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

Museums, Special interest Inwood
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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
Address: 4881 Broadway
New York
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.
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Barbara W

Dyckman is an amazing landmark in NYC...a house from the 1700's on the corner of Broadway! What's not to live? (The Nature Center needs funding and hasn't been available since Hurricane Sandy.)