NYC's only family home preserved intact -- inside and out -- from the 19th century
What an excellent tour! Beautiful house and garden and so fascinating
I loved loved loved this museum!
Built in 1832, the Merchant’s House Museum is home to public programs and exhibits relating to New York life in the Nineteenth Century.
Check out the fourth floor
Gertrude Tredwell lived her whole life here until her death at the age of 93, and her work to keep it and its furnishings preserved are the reason it offers such a perfect look at 19th century NYC.
Nineteenth-century family home; preserved inside and out
Built in 1832, this museum is New York City’s only family home preserved intact - both inside and out.
HauntedNYC: Manhattan's most haunted house. People have seen a woman while working in the cellar, ghostly men in brown suits, and have seen, smelled, heard or been touched by things that aren't there.
halloween tour by candlelight!
Maybe it's because they are currently renovating buy it's not recommended. Not much to see here. Disclaimer: we're from Europe so maybe we're spoiled.
The servants room is only open from time to time, find out when!
Read the binder they give you. Check out those gas lamps in the main room downstairs. Oldest working gas lamps in the world. Go upstairs, open the door in the hallway.
A real glimpse of domestic life in the mid-19th century! Check their website for exhibits, ghost tours and stories and the funeral reenactment of the owner Seabury Tredwell.
Historic NYC? Love!
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