We love visitors!  If you are a tour leader and want to visit during public hours with your group, please contact us, so we have sufficent staff to help your group.  ridgewoodhistoricalsociety@gmail.com or 718-456-1776.

New temporary exhibit!!!!  We are highlighting our CASA program with IS93.  "Exploring Historic Ridgewood". 

See how the students re-created colonial lifeways and activities, explored historic remnants throughout the neighborhood, and repurposed artifacts into art during this exciting after school initiative supported by NYC Council District 30 through the Department of Cultural Affairs.  Exhibit starts June 1. Exhibit curated by Chrysalis Archaeology and GRHS, Caitlin McDonough and Emily Caspari.

 

New exhibit additions:  circa 1854 Photo of Gertrude Onderdonk Schoonmaker and Nicholas Schoonmaker and their 3 children.  Gertrude was the daughter of Ann and Adrian Onderdonk who built the frame addition and lived in the Onderdonk House in the mid 1800's to the turn of the century. 

Spring & Summer Hours for the Onderdonk House, starting March 10!!! Hours for both Saturday and Sunday will be 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Hours for Wednesday will be 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Guided tours available. Suggested donation is $3.00, Members, Service men and women are always free!!!   Like us on FACEBOOK for updates: 

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Hours:   HOURS  - Saturdays & Sundays 1 - 5 PM, Wednesdays 3 - 7 PM.    History and Geneaology Resource Rooms are also open. Guided and self-guided tours available.  Suggested Donation $3.00 per person.  Members are free. Veterans and Active Service members are free. First floor and bathroom facilities are accessible for individuals with disabilities.  

EXHIBITS:  Richard Asbell has re-installed our permanent exhibit, “Unearthed at the Onderdonk House – Artifacts from the 1970's Archaeology Investigations” and added additional material including photos of the other colonial houses along Flushing Avenue.

"What is Archaeology?" - Exhibit on tools, methodology and GRHS archtifacts, in particular, stained glass from Louis Comfort Tiffany factory in Corona, Chrysalis Archaeology and Arianna Stimpfl, curators

 

 

 

 

 

 

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When:             Tuesdays, Wednesdays,  and Fridays 10:00 – 12:30 PM; October – December; April – June

Cost:                $150.00 per group/class of 30 children

Deposit:           Payment in full is required for confirmation

Size of group:   30 children (with 5 chaperones/adults additional)

Reserved Dates for School Year 2016-17:  WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR.

PLEASE contact Virginia Comber to make your reservation, 718-417-6032

 

We are accepting reservations for October through December 2016; April through June 2017.  Please contact Virginia Comber, at 718-417-6032 to reserve a date.  We cannot hold dates without a reservation form and payment.  For a reservation form click on "Reservation form" under Programs.

CAMP, SUMMER PROGRAM, AFTER SCHOOL, SCOUTS OR SENIORS???  Our beautiful grounds are perfect for a picnics, games and tours of the Onderdonk House. Please contact Virginia Comber, at 718-417-6032 to reserve a date.