Don’t miss this interesting museum in the heart of NoHo which gives a glimpse of Pre-Victorian New York.
The Merchant’s House Museum at 29 East 4th Street
The Gardens and Fountain in the back of the home
Visiting a Museum: The Unique, Unusual, Obscure and Historical
Merchant’s House Museum
29 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
Open: Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm/Monday-Wednesday Closed/Thursday-Saturday 12:00pm-5:00pm
Admission: Adults $15.00/Seniors (over 65) and Students $10.00/Members are free/ Special Guided tours are $20.00
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The Merchant House at 29 East 4th Street in NoHo
The Historic Plaque
The house is part of the NYCParks system
(from the museum’s pamphlet):
The Merchant House Museum, the former home to four generations of the Treadwell family, was built in 1832 and is designed in the late Federal style of brick and marble. When the house was built, elegant Greek Revival style rowhouses of red brick and white marble flanked the tree lined streets of this fashionable residential enclave, known then as the Bond Street Area.
The house was the home of wealthy merchant, Seabury Tredwell, his family and their four servants. Over the next 98 years, the family…
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Don’t miss this guided tour and look at the past of Old New York City. This home dates back to 1832 and gives a glimpse of life in Pre-Victorian times.
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