One of the few historical things to visit in Brooklyn. It gives you anyway a good idea of the years the house was build. The team was really helpful and nice.
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If you want a qucik, informative, child friendly dose of museum/ American history on your visit to Brooklyn the Old Stone House will fit the bill. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, between 2 large playgrounds, the Old Stone House Museum, is on the actual...More
There is an outdoor stone oven, which was built by an old childhood friend, J. Partick Manley, and is used for special events on site. An interesting site to visit when they are open. Very knowledgeable staff.
This Old Stone House commemorates the Battle of Brooklyn during the Revolutionary War. It was one of the largest battles of the War and ended in a rout of the Patriots. The displays inside the house tell the story of the battle and its context...More
If the park police let you in there it's a nice view of an old stone building. It's in a NYC park so bring your kids and let them play.
Coming to this place takes way back to the time when the city was non existent and the rustic charm ruled the life . Perfect place to take a nostalgic peep here . There is no entry fee . The access is easy . if...More
The Old Stone House was a significant location early in the Revolutionary War. (Be sure to read about The Maryland 400!) It is a small building with exhibits that are interactive. Next to the house there is a wonderful park for kids. There are public...More
The sight of the Revolutionary War, the Brits were held of by the men at Fort Defiance in Red Hook, This area was the sight of the Battle of Long Island aka the Battle of Brooklyn. The march up the hill toward the sight of...More
Very lovely, historic house that houses a small gallery with rotating shows that are generally very interesting. Stop in to learn about the Battle of Brooklyn and maybe attend one of their events or concerts. Worth a visit if you are in the neighborhood.
The "Old Stone House" is the relatively recent reincarnation of the Vechte-Cortelyou House. The original, built 1699, was stupidly demolished in the late 19th century, only to have a new one, identical to the first, built near, not on, the original site, partly using building...More