Built in 1832, the Merchant's House is New York City's only 19th century home preserved virtually intact, inside and out, with the original family furnishings.
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- Self-guided tour of the museum
- Access to four floors of period rooms, including the fourth-floor Servants’ Quarters and the lush 19th-Century garden
- Learn firsthand about the the Tredwells, the wealthy merchant-class family who lived in the House from 1835 to 1933
- Explore historical collections of 19th-century furniture, decorative arts, clothing, photographs, books, household items and other personal items
- Museum admission
Metered parking and commercial lots are available nearby. Admission is free for children under 12 years old.
Nov 1, 2019
I love history and the place had a lot of memory and information
Oct 23, 2019
The display set up for death and mourning resulted in the house being shrouded in black drapes so it was very dark and hard to see and appreciate the house. There should be a better handout for details, book was very large and awkward particularly when it is so dark . We did like the house and are glad that it is still there and available to share with the public.
Oct 3, 2019
We had the guided tour which was wonderful. So full of interesting information about the house, family, neighborhood and culture of the day. This is a hidden gem that you shouldn't miss.
Meeting location:  29 E 4th St
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