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Lefferts Homestead
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY 11215, (Flatbush Ave. near Empire Blvd.)
Dutch Colonial farmhouse converted in 1918 to an historical house museum for children. Special attention to life in the once small community of Flatbush as it was lived by African American, Lenape and Dutch children.

Administrator: Prospect Park Alliance in partnership w/ City of New York, Parks & Recreation
Access: Apr-Jun: Th & F 1-4; Sa & Su 1-5. July & Aug: W-F 1-4; Sa & Su 1-5. Sept: Th & F 1-4. Sa & Su 1-5. Oct & Nov: F-Su 1-4. Dec-Mar: Open by appointment and for school tours.
Fees: Free
Phone: 718-965-6505
Notes: TRANSPORT: D or Q train to Prospect Park
Category: Historic Houses/Sites
Subject: Education , Cultural Production , New York & the World
Time Period: Dutch , English to American Revolution , Indian


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