INWOOD, NY — The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is reopening in Inwood after a closure that has lasted six months due to coronavirus.
The museum announced it will reopen on Oct. 20 with a new ticket system and set of hours for the week.
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is located on 4881 Broadway at West 204th Street. It is the oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan and opened as a museum in 1916. The Dutch Colonial style farmhouse that houses the museum was built in 1784, and it is a member of The Historic House Trust of New York City.
Here's what you should know about how the museum is reopening.
Tickets: Reservations are required if you want to visit the museum, and they must be purchased in advance on the museum's website. The timed-tickets will last for 40 minutes and each slot is available to a household of up to five people.
Hours: The museum will be open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays starting on Oct. 20. The 40-minute reservations will be available at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m.
Protocol: All visitors must wear a mask, fill out a contract tracing form, and answer a symptom questionnaire.
You can find out more about the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum on its website.