The Bronck Museum is basically the Bronck House also known as the Pieter Bronck House which is a Swedish homestead house built in 1663. The stone house was originally constructed by Pieter Bronck which was then expanded soon, and a larger brick house was built by his grandson that was connected by a doorway. This house is reputed to be the place where the Coxsackie Declaration of Independence was actually signed. The house until 1938 remained in the family but is now operated as the Bronck Museum. By visiting the Museum, you would get the chance to experience the beauty and historical significance of the House.
How to Reach Bronck Museum
- Rented Car/Taxi