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Activities at Morris-Jumel Mansion

As Manhattan’s oldest residence, the Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum presents American life from the colonial era to the present by preserving, collecting, and interpreting history, culture, and the arts to engage and inspire diverse audiences.

You may be interested in the activities at our historic neighbor! Click here for more information.

Some useful links

Harlem Hop Stop
(tour company that posts the next weeks’ worth of local cultural events on its calendar)

Highbridge Park
(across the street from our apartment, and stretching all the way up to Dyckman Street)

Mark Levine
(our local city councilman)

Morris-Jumel Community Garden
(on 162nd Street near St. Nicolas Ave, offering parties, concerts, tag sales, etc…and garden plots Rebecca from the board)

Morris-Jumel Community Mansion
(bordering Edgecombe and spanning 160-162nd streets…they have plays, lectures, you name it)

Word Up Book Store
(on Amsterdam near 164th Street…they screen films, host readings, etc.)

Washington Heights Library
(on St. Nicholas Ave near 160th Street)

United Palace
(old-school theater on Broadway near 175th Street that offers films, classes, concerts…great spot!)