The home in which Theodore Roosevelt lived until he was 14 has been reconstructed with 1865 period rooms and galleries. The museum contains artifacts from his youth and his days as a rancher and explorer, and his presidency.
The Toy Museum of New York gained a permanent home in November 2009. It is located on the second floor of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Brooklyn Heights. The museum also has exhibitions at the Brooklyn Heights and Bay Ridge public library branches.
Trinity Church was designed by Richard Upjohn and completed in 1846. It is a classic example of Gothic Revival architecture. Permanent exhibits in its museum trace church history from the 1600s to the present. Free, weekly chamber and contemporary classical music recitals are performed every Thursday at 1 pm from September to May.
Headquartered within a French Gothic-Style mansion on Museum Mile (Fifth Avenue) since 1955, the UIA promotes Ukrainian art, culture, music and literature.
The Ukrainian Museum preserves and interprets art and artifacts relating to the history and culture of this Eastern European nation. The museum's collection is divided into the areas of folk art, fine art and historical archive.
The mansion, the oldest surviving private residence in the Bronx, is a fine example of vernacular Georgian architecture. Built in 1748 by Frederick Van Cortlandt, it was once at the heart of a lucrative wheat plantation that spread across much of the Bronx.
The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, built around 1709 by Paulus Vander Ende, a Dutch farmer, is the oldest Dutch-American farmhouse in New York City.
The Voelker Orth Museum is a bird sanctuary and Victorian garden that functions as a museum maintaining the cultural and historical heritage of Queens and Long Island.
Afloat on a retrofitted railroad barge once used to ferry goods, the museum fosters an understanding of New York Harbor as a historic waterway and a former conduit for commerce and commuters as well as recreation. It presents exhibits, events and educational programming.