Schedule: Thursday - Saturday 11AM - 4pm
Sunday 11pm - 3pm
Winter hours: Friday - Saturday 11AM - 4pm
The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is a farmhouse of Dutch colonial style. It was built in 1784 and reflects that period of history, being the oldest building in Manhattan today. It was originally part of hundreds of hectares of farmland. Today it is in a small park and is a remarkable reminder of the principles of Manhattan and a part amount of the diversity of the city.
It has 7 bedrooms preserved including a main room, bedroom, basement, kitchen, a living room full of ancient artifacts, the house is surrounded by a garden.
It is a historical monument of New York since 1967 ensuring their survival for future generations.
Entry: You can pay what you want.