Hours and Admission



Pay what you can for admission. Payments are used to fund free children’s programs.

The museum will be closed September 17th and September 18th. Sorry for the inconvenience.




Cancer in Wood by

Ronald Sterling

September 4th 12pm – 6pmreflejado en la madera flyer 2 english copy

Current Programs

Exhibit Closing

Dig Dyckman: Over Two Centuries in Northern Manhattan

August 28th

Cancer Reflected in Wood by Ronald Sterling

September 4th 12pm – 6pm

New Exhibit Opening!

Common Threads by Kat Granados

September 8th

More information on the Current Programs tab


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January 2016 marks the start of our centennial. In 1916, Mary Alice Dyckman Dean and Fannie Fredericka Dyckman Welch saved the Farmhouse in order to educate the public on the history of Upper Manhattan.

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is owned by the New York Department of Parks & Recreation and is a member of the Historic House Trust of New York City.
All images from the Collection of the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum.  All rights reserved.