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Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

4881 Broadway, (at 204th St), New York City, NY 10034-3101
+1 212-304-9422
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Peek at Manhattan's Dutch History

This charming farmhouse museum is a surprising delight in the bustling and now very Latino... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
AEP77
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Forest Hills, New York
An Interesting Piece of NYC History

Seeing the Dutch Farmhouse (one of the oldest structures in the city) on the hill in Inwood is... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2018
Arissa P
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This wooden building is the only surviving Dutch farmhouse in the city.
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  • Average12%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
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4881 Broadway, (at 204th St), New York City, NY 10034-3101
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+1 212-304-9422
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This charming farmhouse museum is a surprising delight in the bustling and now very Latino neighborhood of Inwood in northern Manhattan. While I live in Queens, I wanted to visit the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum because I used to live in the neighborhood, but it was...More

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Reviewed 9 May 2018

Seeing the Dutch Farmhouse (one of the oldest structures in the city) on the hill in Inwood is super cool. It looks so out of place and yet it makes you think about how different the city used to be. The home is small but...More

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Reviewed 1 May 2018

I love history, so I had to see this hidden part of NYC. It is very far up in northern Manhattan, but by subway was easy to get there. There is a lot to see, but again I am glad I went.

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is probably one of the oldest buildings in NYC and one of its most historical sites on the island. The house admittedly is not kept up the way it should and is small but when you look on how old it...More

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Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Thus treasure, a colonial farmhouse on its original site, is now a museum worth visiting. Set in Inwood near Fort Tryon at the upper tip of Manhattan island, it sits exactly as built and occupied! An amazing bit of cultural history for those who treasure...More

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Reviewed 21 April 2017

Our first stop in NYC. We prioritized the visit because it was closed over Easter weekend and we had ties to the house and wanted to ensure we go there. It is out of the way and we had a little trouble navigating the subway...More

Thank A B
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Reviewed 29 November 2016

Nice old house/museum in the otherwise highly developed neighborhood of Inwood. Learned about the Dyckman family and their way of life in what was then New Amsterdam. Entrance is free and an hour is enough to visit the site.

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Reviewed 17 October 2016

surrounded by high rise buildins, sitting nearly on top of Broadway is this incredible piece of history. It isn't the best maintained historic restoration I've ever seen, but it is OLD and still there! The grounds could use some tending, including identification of an out...More

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Reviewed 13 October 2016

Provides fascinating look into life during colonial New York and revolutionary war period. Owned continuously by Dyckman family until early 1900's. Has many historic photos of upper Manhattan also. Used as hessian encampment during war, their huts are restored in backyard. Bring your lunch and...More

1  Thank varyamom
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Reviewed 29 April 2016

Seems terribly unfair during regular business hours (1:15 pm - 1:40 pm) to hang a tag on the door saying employees will return in "just a few minutes"! A few minutes is 5-10 minutes! We would have loved to go inside this farmhouse but had...More

1  Thank Susan F
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