Worked in 1652, Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House is New York City’s most seasoned structure and one of the most seasoned in the US. A working homestead until 1901, this Dutch Colonial H-outline house has shingled dividers and part entryways; outside is a network vegetable nursery. Guided visits (normally half-hourly) clarify the family ancestries and progressive increments made to the house in the eighteenth and nineteenth hundreds of years. Situated in East Flatbush, a strong hour by open transportation from Downtown Brooklyn – for history enthusiasts as it were.
It merits calling ahead for bearings and to affirm visits are working. The third Saturday of consistently is Family Day, with exercises for children, for example, cooking waffles on the open hearth or making provincial style lights.