Join Director of Education Fabiola Cáceres, at 1:00pm, as she guides you on a tour of the Dyckman Farmhouse and connects the past with the present through an exploration in farming life in rural colonial New York. Learn about the lives of the enslaved people that were instrumental in building Upper Manhattan. Then join Holly Nedelka on a tour of the Farmhouse grounds and explore the multiple residents, from Lenape to Dominican, that have called Inwood home.
Please note that face coverings will be mandatory for as long as you are on the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum property in an effort to keep everyone safe. Restrooms will not be available at the Museum.