Behind-the-Ropes Virtual Tour: The Architecture of an 1832 Landmark
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
6:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
Join us online from the comfort of your home for a series of unique, in-depth tours of the Merchant’s House, preserved intact from the 19th century with the Tredwell family’s original furnishings and personal possessions. It’s an extraordinary up-close and personal experience of the Tredwell home you won’t want to miss –– behind the ropes and no stairs to climb!
The Architecture of an 1832 Landmark (Manhattan’s First) explores the clues, quirks, and meanings of the house’s construction and architectural details, often found in nooks and crannies and spaces off-limits to the public. You’ll visit, virtually, all seven stories of this brick-and-marble rowhouse – from the cobble-stoned cellar to the crawl-space of the attic.
The Architecture of an 1832 Landmark is a virtual event. You will receive a confirmation email from Zoom within 15 minutes of placing your order, and a reminder email one hour before the event. Can’t attend on April 28? The day after the event, all ticket-holders will be emailed a link to the recording, valid for one week following the presentation to watch (or re-watch) at your leisure.