Dyckman Farmhouse in New York City

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The former residence of William Dyckman, who owned several hundred acres of farmland covering much of what is now Inwood and Washington heights. Nestled incongruously at the otherwise unremarkable corner of 204th and Broadway, the farmhouse has been converted into a small museum of life in early Manhattan and hosts various programs for the neighborhood. The "Hessian Huts" in the back yard are a leftover from the British occupation of Manhattan during the Revolutionary War!
Price: Adults $1, children free.
Hours: Wed-Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 12pm-4pm
Address: 4881 Broadway, 10034
Directions: Subway: A to 207th St
Phone: 212.304.9422
Url: http://www.dyckmanfarmhouse.org/

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