On Father’s Day, visitors can get a rare view of how Hessian soldiers lived during the Revolutionary War in a Hessian Hut that is rarely open to visitors. The Hessian Hut sits on the grounds of the 18th century Dyckman Farmhouse Museum at Broadway and 204th Street. FREE tours of the Hessian Hut begin at noon on June 17.
Join us for a rare opportunity to enter the reconstructed Hessian Hut in our backyard. See how the Hessian soldiers lived during the Revolutionary War and how the original portion of the hut survived.