King Manor Museum and Park, Jamaica

#11 of 12 in Museums in Queens
Park · Hidden Gem · Specialty Museum
King Manor Museum is a historic house that aims to preserve and interpret the home of Rufus King, one of America's founding fathers and signer of the Constitution. Through programming, King Manor Museum strives to make 19th century history relevant and to foster an awareness of history as an ongoing process.
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  • My wife and I visited the King Manor Museum in April 2018. It was the summer home of Rufus King, one of the signers of the US Constitution. He also served as the US Ambassador to Great Britain and...  more »
  • Rather surprised at this museum. It is a great house with a lot of history. Was given a very long tour of the exterior and interior. Both people giving tours were extremely knowledgeable and...  more »
  • It is comfortable for relaxing, studying, reading, and exercising. Especially during the summer it is better than the library because you set your own space to do your things. In contrast, the library gives a person access to computer and among other things, but it is not a peaceful place. So l usually take the initiative to go the park to find a peaceful area to fo things.
  • It's an intriguing historical piece of land and the tour for the museum was nice. The tour guide was nice and she did her job well. The house is beautiful and I'm surprised I just went into it since I've lived in queens my whole life

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