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Sandy Schaad
· November 29, 2016
Colonial era history smack dab in the middle of the most modern of US cities. A must do for anyone interested in American history and that which led up to it's founding. Experience the Colonial era, ...first hand, through the museum's various interactive events and programming; transport yourself back to New York at it's founding just by walking into one of the last remaining buildings from a bygone era. Enjoy! See More
Isabel Singer
· October 10, 2015
Wonderful hidden gem of New York! If you like history this is the place to go. The tours are wonderful and the staff is lovely.
Judith Gries
· March 2, 2017
A special place to visit and think about long ago in Manhattan. The building an rooms are full of herstoric interest for all. Walk in the lovely garden areas and look about and marvel about where you are!
Darya Marbrook Miller
· October 16, 2013
A charming little gem in the heart of Mid-town East. Staff is friendly and the history of this site is very interesting!!! Worth the visit for anyone interested in a little NYC specific history.
Diana Franzese
· October 7, 2015
Went to Teddybear Tea Time here. Love how everyone plays the part and is dressed up.
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Beat the weather today and stay cozy inside with us for arts and crafts

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Warm up on Sunday with music and dance, Washington cake and raspberry shrub, toasts and tours, just as 19th-century New Yorkers did 200 years ago!

Celebrate the first president’s birthday at the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden on Feb. 18.
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"It is infinitely better to have a few good men than many indifferent ones." --George Washington
Join us on Sunday to celebrate our first president with music, dance and refreshments. Get your tickets today:

Dance Like George Washington
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Hear about New York's lively history of mixology and the evolution of Flip and other historic cocktails, accompanied by tastings and recipes.
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Join us Thursday at 6:30pm for our Historic Cocktails Workshop. Hear about New York's lively history of mixology, complete with tastings of Flip and other historic cocktails. Space is limited. RSVP required.

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Want 2 for 1 tickets to the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum? #NYCMustSeeWeek, sponsored by NYC Go is offering two for one tickets for our tours and exhibits. You can also visit other of the leading museums and attractions for two for one prices! Go to nycgo.com/mustseeweek to get tix and to find out more.

Today is the first of February, the month for celebrating love. Stop by the Museum any Saturday or Sunday for a romance-themed tour. Hear about 19th-century courtship, including the language of the fan.

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The Roosevelt Island Tram is a great spot for taking photographs. You can see the Museum from up there plus lots more!

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Can you identify this object? The weather has finally warmed up, so stop by to see our exhibit, "Games, Gambling, and Gleeful 19th-Century Diversions," and find out what this was used for.

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Bring your teddy bear, or doll, to travel back in time and meet Mrs. Woodhull, wife of the hotel proprietor, for a typical day in 1830. Play with her son's toys, help her with the chores, and enjoy fruit tea and cookies. Designed for children 6 and under. Tickets $10. Reservations required by calling the Museum at 212-838-6878.

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Come in out of the snow. We are open today beginning at 11am. The holiday decorations are up through the weekend, and our new exhibit, "Games, Gambling and Gleeful 19th-Century Diversions" is a fun peek into the past.

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The Museum Shop has lots of ideas for last-minute gifts and stocking stuffers, including tea pots, jewelry, ornaments, books, and toys. Stop by 11am to 4pm (until 3pm on Christmas Eve).

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We were thrilled to have the Museum featured on NY1's Mornings on 1 on December 5th. Watch the broadcast here.

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Did you know that there are no plums in sugar plums? This ancient sweet treat was a favorite of 19th-century New Yorkers. In this hands-on session, you will custom-design your own version of this candy, package your treats up for gift giving, and then toast with some wassail to get the holiday spirit going! Limited tickets available. Call the Museum to reserve yours.