Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site

Address 29 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY 10701
Phone (914) 965-4027
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Hours April-October- Tuesday-Saturday: 12pm-5pm, November-March- Tuesday-Saturday: 12pm-4pm Group Tours are by appointment
Themes Arts & Culture, Civil Rights, Colonial History, Revolutionary War, US Presidents
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Frederick Philipse III and his family resided in this elegant mansion until his Loyalist beliefs resulted in his arrest in 1776, on orders from General George Washington. Philipse and his family eventually fled to England, and his land and mansion were confiscated and sold at public auction. Today the Hall serves as a museum of history, art and architecture, and a community center. Highlights include its 18th century Georgian architecture, a 1750s papier mache Rococo ceiling, and a collection of presidential portraits.

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  • Sites Dates Hours: April-October- Tuesday-Saturday: 12pm-5pm, November-March- Tuesday-Saturday: 12pm-4pm Group Tours are by appointment