The Historic House Trust of New York City

in partnership with NYC Parks, advocates for, promotes, and provides expertise to preserve 23 publicly owned historic sites located throughout the city’s five boroughs.

 

Events & Programming

 

August 2018 Edition

We hope that you have been enjoying the wide variety of 

My Summer House NYC programming. All season long NYC Parks and HHT have been collaborating to highlight the best events at our houses where you can kick back, cool off, and make the most of your summer!

August is Family Fun Month. Scroll down to view a few events that are perfect for the family and a link to a growing list of activities brought to you by the HHT houses. And exciting news, the Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum has reopened its doors after a pipe burst from the January snowstorm. Their darkly humorous exhibition on New Yorker cartoonist Charles Addams (of Addams Family fame) has been extended to August 26th.

Tag your photos using @hhtnyc and @nycparks along with the hashtag #mysummerhousenyc!

Membership Program


 

Be NYC curious with the Historic House Trust and discover unique and compelling stories throughout the 5 boroughs. By joining the HHT family, you will receive free unlimited access to the HHT sites (does not include house events) for an entire year. Get curious and become an HHT cardholder!

 

HHT Founders Award Dinner

 

Thank you for making the Historic House Trust’s 2018 Founders Award Dinner on Wednesday, June 13th an evening to remember.

This year’s gala honors noted interior designer Jamie Drake, whose many remarkable projects include

the restoration and refurbishment of Gracie Mansion, one of the 23 sites in the Historic House Trust’s collection.

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Photo Credits:
Image 1: Detail of Zuber’s “Les Jardins de Paris” wallpaper (ca. 1830) in Gracie Mansion’s dining room.
Image 2: HHT 2018 Founders Award with the honoree, Jamie Drake. Annie Watt (left) and Malcolm Pinckney/NYC Parks (right).

Press & Media:

Architectural Digest:
Jamie Drake Honored by Historic House Trust for His Work on Gracie Mansion