King Manor Museum
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Unknown, ca. 1755

King Manor Museum is the historic home of Rufus King, author and signer of the Constitution, two-term New York Senator and anti-slavery advocate; and his son John King, abolitionist and New York governor. We offer tours of the house which show how the King family lived in the early 19th century and how Rufus and John had an impact on United States and New York history.

Sat & Sun Tour Info: Guided tours will take place every 30 minutes throughout both days.

For Kids: On Saturday from 1-4pm, staff will offer hands-on activities such as corn husk dolls, butter churning, apple cider pressing, historic cooking demonstrations, and other fall-based crafts.

Access Notes: Only the first floor of the house is wheelchair accessible; the second floor and classroom space is not.


Image Credit: King Manor Museum