The Old Stone House is open to the public Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from noon until 4pm.
The ground floor has a self-directed permanent exhibit that takes visitors on a journey from the Lenape village of Marechkawick through Dutch colonization and the Revolutionary War era in Brooklyn. Our current contemporary art exhibit, Picturing the Constitution, is on view in OSH’s Great Room.
Up three short sets of stairs (not currently wheelchair accessible) the Great Room serves as a community space, performance space, and contemporary art gallery. Learn more about the current exhibition here.