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Had a chance to come back here. I've not been here for about 50 years. Nice staff and historian, building is circa 1600s, and has neat architecture and furniture. If you're in this part of the city, worth a visit.
This home dates back to the 1600's. Tour guide Robert is excellent. He know so much about the history of the house and people and he makes it very interesting. Easy to see his passion for history. New tour is about how the people celebrated...More
Frederick Philipse I arrived in New Amsterdam around 1650, married each of two wealthy women, one of whom owned her own ships and ran her family's shipping business including engagement in the slave trade. Beginning in 1672 Frederick and his then wife gradually acquired more...More
This is a a historical site. It features a house from the 1800's, and the history of the period. not to much to see, about a half an hour give or take. I really like the statues in front, take the time to read the...More
We had been to the Philipse Manor Mill farther north, and were traveling up the slow road along the Hudson north of New York City. We saw this name and stopped. This is the oldest house around, from the 1700's, and has lots of history,...More
We went when some family visited and wanted to something cultural. Its a nice place and interesting enough and is important to Yonkers history but its not the kind of thing I usually like - others might enjoy it more . The slave exhibition really...More