Website

http://www.merchantshouse.org

Address & Phone

29 East Fourth Street
(Between Bowery and Lafayette)
New York, NY 10003
P: (212) 777-1089

Hours

Hours
Thur 12-8pm
Fri through Mon 12-5pm
Closed Tue & Wed
Guided tours at 2pm (50-60 minutes)

Admission

Admission
General $13
Seniors and Students $8
Children (under 12) Free
Free to Members

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Merchant's House Museum

The Merchant's House Museum offers visitors a glimpse of life in a bygone era, when the greatest city in world, New York City, was being carved out of sprawling farming communities and industry was beginning to change the face of society forever.

The Merchant's House was built in 1832 and is sited as the finest example of Greek Revival architecture in the nation. It remained in the hands of the Tredwell family for 98 years and in 1936, it was made into a museum. The family left all their possessions including furniture, family apparel and memorabilia, books, paintings, glass, and chinaware.

- Reviews of Merchant's House Museum

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