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Merchant's House Museum

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NYC's only family home preserved intact -- inside and out -- from the 19th century
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Nicolas
Nicolas
May 16, 2018
This is a great way to see how folks used to live 100+ years ago in pre-wars (albeit well-off folks, not tenement dwellers.) People were TINY 100 years ago. And used gas-lit chandeliers. The kitchen and back yard are to die for.
Philip
Philip
February 21, 2018
Ever wonder how it was to live in Manhattan in 1800's then check out this home that has been left in its formal condition!
Helen
Helen
September 10, 2017
This is the only 19th century family home preserved in its entirety, inside and out, in New York City. Built in 1832, this elegant red-brick and white-marble row house was lived in by the same family for almost 100 years. Visiting the museum gives you a glimpse of domestic life in the city in the…
Stella
Stella
December 13, 2016
Preserved 19th-century home of a wealthy merchant family, with intact interiors & exteriors.
Katie
Katie
November 5, 2016
It is said to be haunted, but it is a good look into NYC's past.

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“William F. Moore Park This text is part of Parks’ Historical Signs Project and can be found posted within the park. This triangle honors William F. Moore (1897–1918), a Marine private killed in battle during World War I (1914-1918). A graduate of PS 17, Moore grew up nearby on the corner of 103rd Street and Corona Avenue. Moore enlisted in the Marine Corps in April 1917 and was killed in 1918 while serving with the 47th Company, Fifth Regiment at Belleau Wood in France, in one of the bloodiest engagements fought by the United States during the war. A flagstaff base marking a recent renovation commemorates Moore and his valiant sacrifice. The history of Corona ties intimately to the arrival”
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29 East 4th Street
Manhattan, NY 10003
Telefon+1 212-777-1089
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