Curated by Caitlyn Sellar, this exhibition will look at local dining practices of 19th century New York, focusing on the 1850s to 1870s, which was a period of change for cooking, kitchen technology, and cultural trends in changing foodways.
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum welcomes teachers and students to the only remaining grand country estate in Pelham Bay Park. Surrounded by woods and marshland, the mansion and carriage house depict family life in the 19th century.
SITE RENTAL AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
The museum offers two spaces for meetings and special events: The sunlit conservatory, and the Bartow-Pell formal garden. The museum also offers a wonderful backdrop for commercial film and photography.
Discover the many layers to Bartow-Pell’s history through house tours that focus on the architecture, period rooms, and history of the mansion and its inhabitants