See the Historic Exhibit at the Oldest House in New York!
Looking for a fun way to see New York City in a whole new light? Then be sure to visit the Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, the oldest Dutch colonial stone house in New York! Built in 1709, the tiny house is a rare remnant of a more pastoral time in Queens history, and offers weekend tours that invite guests to step back in time!
The 300-year-old farmhouse has been remarkably preserved amid the ever-changing landscape, and today the colonial home serves as a small historic museum. Visitors can tour the exposed post-and-beam interior and see the traditional double Dutch doors, original wood floors, brick chimneys, and green-shuttered windows. There are a range of exhibits on the history of the site with displays of artifacts discovered in archaeological excavations over the years. There’s nothing quite like it in New York, so be sure to experience the fascinating history of this hidden gem!
B' nai B'rith Queens, the premier apartments in Flushing, New York, is inviting friends and neighbors to attend this unforgettable event!
Saturday, December 16, 2017 – 1:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
Vander Ende-Onderdonk House
1820 Flushing Avenue
Queens, New York 11385