Part people group point of convergence, part historical center, this interesting stone house was recreated by the (in)famous urban organizer Robert Moses. A devoted imitation of a 1699 Dutch farmhouse, it houses a lasting show clarifying the Battle of Long Island (Brooklyn’s moniker in 1776), including period garments and weapons, with pivoting presentations in the creaky higher up (neighborhood intrigue, vanguard workmanship, and so on).
Shows and other social occasions (creator talks, tastings) are held normally. There’s a play area for kids and a networking garden outside.
On the off chance that you happen to pass by outside of the posted visiting hours, call them. In the event that somebody’s inside, they’ll for the most part be glad to give you access.