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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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The oldest existing colonial farmhouse in NYC!

Thus treasure, a colonial farmhouse on its original site, is now a museum worth visiting. Set in... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Marc M
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Sunny Isles Beach
via mobile
Disappointing

Our first stop in NYC. We prioritized the visit because it was closed over Easter weekend and we... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
A B
,
Fredericton, Canada
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This wooden building is the only surviving Dutch farmhouse in the city.
  • Excellent28%
  • Very good55%
  • Average9%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
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4881 Broadway, (at 204th St), New York City, NY 10034-3101
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Reviewed 30 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

Thank Marc M
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
Reviewed 30 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.

Thank gboi77
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

Thank lolololox2
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
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
Reviewed 10 January 2016 via mobile

The house is an important piece of history. This is a self guided tour. There are signs outside each room to describe the room. These signs do not provide a lot of detailed information so I left wanting more information. This is not that far...More

Thank Russell-UP
Reviewed 3 January 2016 via mobile

Dyckman Farmhouse is easily accessible via subway or bus. We drove and found free street parking that was a 10 minute walk away. As the area is primarily residential, parking is not easy to come by- even metered/ paid parking. I'd recommend taking the train...More

Thank V M
Reviewed 30 December 2015

The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is a tiny, perfectly charming remnant of Mahattan's early history which has elsewhere disappeared. The farmhouse is (amazingly) sitting where it was built at the end of the 18th century and is the last farmhouse in Manhattan. The nominal donation of...More

1  Thank SPMagstadt
Reviewed 15 November 2015

Having travelled up the A Line to visit The Cloisters, we were checking on TripAdvisor for other nearby attractions and discovered the Dyckman. The museum provides a fascinating look backwards to an earlier, and simpler, era. Well presented, with a wealth of detail and reminders...More

2  Thank bsandrs
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