We are excited to welcome you back!
OUR OUTDOOR PARK SPACE IS OPEN!
Our gates are open to visitors for park access ONLY starting Tuesday, September 15th, 2020.
OUR MUSEUM IS OPEN AS OF TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20TH, 2020!
The health and safety of our visitors and staff is the top priority. When we reopen, you’ll notice some important changes to operating days, health and safety measures, and a timed-entry ticket reservation requirement.
UPDATED MUSEUM & GARDEN HOURS
Please see our health and safety measures before arriving!
OPEN starting October 20th by reservation ONLY:
Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday:
10:00 am – 10:40 am
11:00 am – 11:40 am
1:00 pm – 1:40 pm
We will be CLOSED on Election Day, Tuesday November 3rd, 2020!
TIMED-ENTRY TICKET RESERVATIONS PURCHASED IN ADVANCED WILL BE REQUIRED.
Please see ADMISSION details below.
PARK & GARDEN HOURS
Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday
No reservation required.
Starting Tuesday October 20th, 2020, a timed-entry ticket reservation will be required.
GENERAL ADMISSION: $6*
*Price is per time slot for a household up to five people.
Your reservation includes private access for a maximum of 40 minutes with your household of five people or less to view the museum and current exhibition, “Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America.”
Please arrive on time!
Your reservation starts on the hour and lasts 40 minutes. Please arrive on time to enjoy your full reservation length. We require 20 minutes of COVID disinfection to take place after your visit for the next group. We thank you for your cooperation!
MAKE YOUR SELECTION BELOW OR HEAD HERE TO PURCHASE ON BOOKING SITE
PARK & GARDEN:
Admission to the garden is always free.
There is a fee for group tours, however, we are not currently accepting group tours.
Health and Safety Requirements for Visitors:
Please review our full Health and Safety Measures before arriving.
Avoid visiting if you have symptoms of COVID-19, have been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past 14 days, or have been in close contact (within 6 feet for 10 minutes or more) with someone infected with or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
Wear a facial covering throughout the visit (for all visitors above age 2), remain together with your party, and children under age 12 must remain with adults at all times.
Maintain physical distancing of 6 feet (2m) with others outside your group.
Use hand sanitizer, which will be available at touchless stations inside the building.
Follow directions from staff and signage for physical distancing, reducing contact, and other guidelines for use of facilities.
There will be NO public restrooms available. Please plan your visit accordingly.
Follow the Museum’s Policies.
The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is located in the Northern Manhattan neighborhood of Inwood and is easily accessible via public transportation.
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.
A TRAIN: 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 TRAIN: 1 to 207th Street and walk west on 207th until you reach Broadway, then walk south to 204th Street
M100 BUS: M100 to Dyckman Street and Broadway and walk to 204th street and Broadway
Bx7 BUS: Bx7 to 204th Street and Broadway
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 southbound to 204th Street.