It's hard to think of a more history-filled atmosphere for imbibing food and drink than at a centuries old farmhouse.
Get cozy in the atmospheric surroundings of Wyckoff Farmhouse with a free day of exploring history and handcrafts.
Celebrate Brooklyn's agricultural past with a day of food, games and education in East Flatbush.
Experience the past and present of Brooklyn with a new exhibition of contemporary art at the borough's oldest house.
Watch artist Antony Zito paint silhouettes at the Wyckoff House Museum in super speed.
When the temperature drops, dream of roaring fireplaces with a virtual tour of interiors from Brooklyn's past.
It may be more than four centuries since the Dutch founded Brooklyn, but you can still learn how they drank and ate at one of their original homesteads in the borough.
The Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House, now known as the Wyckoff House Museum, has been enlarged, altered and restored over the decades, but its humble beginning as a small one-room structure from the 17th century can still be detected.