Inside Prospect Park, this eighteenth-century Dutch farmhouse has period rooms decorated with ranch executes, bunches of spices, and old fashioned earthenware production, with a working nursery outside. The previous home of armed force lieutenant Pieter Lefferts, the house was moved here in the mid-twentieth century from its unique area on Flatbush Ave, in a local currency called Prospect Lefferts Gardens.

A prior Lefferts House was crushed by General Washington’s soldiers in 1776, to forestall its utilization by British powers.

The online schedule records kid-accommodating occasions; other than its official hours, the house is additionally open on each NYC state-funded school occasion.

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