Oldest Farmhouse in Manhattan: The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

Janes Walk

Led By John Ragusa

The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum in the Inwood section of Manhattan, is a Dutch Colonial style house constructed in 1784 of fieldstone, brick and wood, and is the oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan. We will get a personal tour of the farmhouse and learn about its history, see a collection of artifacts dating to the Revolutionary War and also stroll through the lovely 1/2 acre garden.

Friday, May 3
3:00 PM
1-2 hours
In Person

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: History & Culture
Accessibility: Family-friendly
Dyckman Farmhouse and Museum
Dyckman Farmhouse and Museum, Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Pavla Havirova. Modifications: photo cropped and made black and white.
Meeting Location

In front of the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, 4881 Broadway @ 204th St.LIMIT TO 18 PEOPLE


A Train to 207th Street then walk south on Broadway to 204th Street

Finding your walk leader

Holding a MAS sign

Ending Location

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

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