There are many reasons to visit Old Stone House & Washington Park!
- Our beautiful, interactive exhibit about the largest battle of the American Revolutionary War and what it was like to live in Brooklyn from 1776 – 1783
- Contemporary exhibits featuring work by emerging artists
- Gardens vibrant with native and useful plants, JJ Byrne playground’s swings and water play, basketball and handball courts, open synthetic turf field and dog run
- Sunday Farmers’ Market, 10 am – 4 pm year round
- A full calendar of events for families and adults
The Old Stone House will open to the public by appointment, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Noon-3 pm beginning August 28, 2020. Reserve here. You may also call 718-768-3195 in order to request a time; we may be able to accommodate you outside of our normal visiting hours.
Because of the interactive nature of our exhibit, a face mask and gloves are required to be worn by visitors of all ages — except infants — at all times during your visit to the Old Stone House. If you do not have a mask and/or gloves, OSH will provide them.
OSH is located at 336 Third Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues and 3rd and 4th Streets in Brooklyn, New York. We are accessible by the R (Union Street) and F (4th Avenue) trains, as well as the B63 bus. Street parking is available in the vicinity of the site. Both the permanent exhibit and the public restrooms are accessible.