Directions & Hours


Friday-Sunday 11am-5pm
*Please note that any exceptions to this schedule due to staffing issues are posted on our voicemail, website and our front gate.*

The farmhouse is closed for the day of the holiday, including:  Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.  The site is closed on Thanksgiving Day, but open as usual Thanksgiving weekend.

During our regular visiting hours the farmhouse is open for self-guided tours. A staff member or volunteer is always available to answer questions. We recommend that you arrive on site no later than 4:30pm in order to see the farmhouse and the garden.

Guided tours for groups of 10 or more are by appointment only. They must be booked at least two weeks in advance and the timing is dependent on staff availability. Email for more information.

Groups of 10 or more who wish to come during our regular open hours for a self-guided tour MUST make arrangements to do so — the farmhouse is very small and we can’t guarantee that we will be able to accommodate your entire group. Please call or email  for more information.


Admission to the museum is $1 for adults and free for children 10 and under. Additional donations are always appreciated.

Admission to the garden is always free.


The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is located in the Northern Manhattan neighborhood of Inwood and is easily accessible via public transportation.

Public Transportation
A to 207th Street and then walk south on Broadway to 204th Street
(There are no streets between 207th and 204th Street so the 207th Street subway stop is just 1 block away.)

1 to 207th Street and walk west on 207th until you reach Broadway, then walk south to 204th Street

M100 or Bx7 bus to 204th Street.

Metro North Train
Take the East of Hudson Line to Marble Hill Station. Upon exiting head right towards Broadway and the elevated tracks of the 1 train. Take the 1 train downtown to the 207th Street stop. From the 1 train at 207th Street walk west on 207th Street until you reach Broadway, then walk south to 204th Street.

Alternatively, after exiting the Marble Hill Station and heading to Broadway, catch the Bx7 bus at the corner.

There is no parking at the farmhouse. There are meters on Broadway and parking can be found on side streets. As anywhere in Manhattan, parking is a matter of luck! There are several parking garages in the area.


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