MORRIS-JUMEL MANSION

There's always something new at Manhattan's oldest house

Oct
1
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
1
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Oct
2
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Oct
2
3:00 pm15:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Oct
7
1:00 pm13:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
8
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
9
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Oct
9
2:00 pm14:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
15
11:00 am11:00

Culture & Arts Festival (CAFe)

Our annual CAFe  celebrates the uniquely diverse arts and culture of New York, from Broadway performers to authors to craft artisans to local restaurants.  Join us for a day of music and art, browse booths of local artisans, and taste the cuisine of New York restaurants!

 

Oct
15
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
16
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Oct
16
2:00 pm14:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
22
Oct 23

Family Day: Make a Silhouette Puppet

Come learn about the art of silhouette puppet making and make your very own puppet to take home! Silhouette puppet shows have been enjoyed by audiences for centuries. Now your family can learn how to make these silhouette puppets to tell their own stories!

Program FREE with museum admission!  Advanced registration encouraged; for more information or to register, email education@morrisjumel.org.

 

Oct
22
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
23
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Oct
23
2:00 pm14:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
27
8:00 pm20:00

Madame's Masquerade: 2016 Fall Fundraising Gala

It is the year 1866 and the Morris-Jumel Mansion's last resident, Eliza Jumel, has been deceased for just under a year.  Her beloved granddaughter, Mrs. Eliza Pery, has invited you to attend a gothic masquerade ball in memory of her grandmother, but is that the only reason for this macabre gathering? Rumors of haunting abound, and sone even say that Madame Jumel hasn't left the old Mansion in peace jut yet... Save the date for Madame's Masquerade - our 2016 Fall Fundraising Maquerade Gala! Masks and costumes are welcomed and encouraged for a night of dancing and Victorian Gothic intrigue.  More information to come.

Oct
29
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Oct
30
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Oct
30
2:00 pm14:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.


Sep
30
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
29
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
29
6:00 pm18:00

FREE Sunset Yoga Class

Calm your mind and refresh your senses with Awesome Asana Yoga's new "Unwind the Grind" Yoga Flow, held in the serene gardens of the Morris-Jumel Mansion.  Practitioners of all levels welcome to join this moderately placed Hathavinyasa fusion class.  Class is FREE; please note that on rainy days the class will be cancelled.  No advance registration, please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class. Limited mats and blocks available for borrowed use. Instructor: Chelsea Best, Founder of Awesome Asana Yoga.

For additional information, please email publicprograms@morrisjumel.org.

Sep
25
3:00 pm15:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
25
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Sep
24
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
24
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
23
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
22
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
22
6:00 pm18:00

FREE Sunset Yoga Class

Calm your mind and refresh your senses with Awesome Asana Yoga's new "Unwind the Grind" Yoga Flow, held in the serene gardens of the Morris-Jumel Mansion.  Practitioners of all levels welcome to join this moderately placed Hathavinyasa fusion class.  Class is FREE; please note that on rainy days the class will be cancelled.  No advance registration, please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class. Limited mats and blocks available for borrowed use. Instructor: Chelsea Best, Founder of Awesome Asana Yoga.

For additional information, please email publicprograms@morrisjumel.org.

Sep
18
3:00 pm15:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
18
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Sep
17
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
17
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
17
12:00 pm12:00

Family Day: Battle of Harlem Heights

Celebrate the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Harlem Heights at Morris-Jumel Mansion. Stand where George Washington stood as he watched the very first battle the Americans won against the British. Enjoy re-enactments of General Knowlton’s Ranger perform drills from the Revolutionary War, and make a tri-corn hat!

Program FREE with museum admission!  Advanced registration encouraged; for more information or to register, email education@morrisjumel.org.

Sep
16
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
15
8:00 pm20:00

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Theatrical Performance

The Morris-Jumel Mansion will offer audiences the opportunity to experience Lewis Carroll's acclaimed children's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) as a unique theatrical performance! In contrast with the many sesquicentennial celebrations of Carroll's beloved fantasy, the Mansion's adaptation will incorporate its celebrated association with the American Revolution represented in the characters of the play such as the Mad Hatter (George Washington), Cheshire Cat (Marquis de Lafayette), and White Rabbit (Benedict Arnold).


Adapted and directed by Vincent Carbone with costumes designed by Vanessa Soto, the interactive production tells the story of young Alice, who, visiting the Mansion with her brother,  separates from a tour after catching a glimpse of the White Rabbit dashing through the garden. She discovers herself in Wonderland with the American Revolution as the backdrop. Contention hangs thick in the air, almost as if the revolutionary spark will ignite at any moment. In this environment, Alice (and the audience) must adapt quickly in order to survive this curious land. The audience and Alice will explore the grounds of the Mansion as they encounter Carroll's iconic characters. 

$40, $30 Members/Students/Seniors; $20 same-day Student Rush tickets will be available at the door (Limit 10 per performance).

Purchase tickets online here, or call (212) 923-8008

Sep
15
6:00 pm18:00

FREE Sunset Yoga Class

Calm your mind and refresh your senses with Awesome Asana Yoga's new "Unwind the Grind" Yoga Flow, held in the serene gardens of the Morris-Jumel Mansion.  Practitioners of all levels welcome to join this moderately placed Hathavinyasa fusion class.  Class is FREE; please note that on rainy days the class will be cancelled.  No advance registration, please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class. Limited mats and blocks available for borrowed use. Instructor: Chelsea Best, Founder of Awesome Asana Yoga.

For additional information, please email publicprograms@morrisjumel.org.

Sep
11
2:00 pm14:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
11
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Sep
11
10:00 am10:00

Garden - Volunteer Day

Whether you have a green thumb or just a curiosity for what makes the garden grow, all are welcome to volunteer in Roger Morris Park, the grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, once monthly under the supervision of Gardener Karen and the NYC Parks Department.  All tools and instructions are provided, just bring a willingness to get a little dirty as we beautify our special garden. Close-toed shoes are required, and RSVP is appreciated to jardinera.karen@gmail.com.

Sep
10
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
9
7:00 pm19:00

U.S. Premiere of Acclaimed Documentary, "The First Film"

Weeks before a planned debut of his films at the Morris-Jumel Mansion in 1890, Louis Le Prince mysteriously disappeared and was largely forgotten as the father of moving pictures. In a stunning documentary titled "The First Film," director David Nicholas Wilkinson presents the case that Louis Le Prince was the world's first cameraman, director, and producer of movies.  Through extensive research with Morris-Jumel documents, interviews with film historians and criminal investigators, and meetings with Le Prince descendants, Wilkinson reveals a compelling story of innovation and the ruthless international competition to create the first moving pictures.

The screening will take place outdoors on the Morris-Jumel Mansion grounds. Screenings will be followed by a program with Mr. Wilkinson and the Mansion's Executive Director, Carol Ward. Refreshments will be served. Visitors are welcome to bring blankets and tour the Mansion.

Admission is $40 per person, $30 for members, seniors, and students.

Sep
8
7:00 pm19:00

U.S. Premiere of Acclaimed Documentary "The First Film"

Weeks before a planned debut of his films at the Morris-Jumel Mansion in 1890, Louis Le Prince mysteriously disappeared and was largely forgotten as the father of moving pictures. In a stunning documentary titled "The First Film," director David Nicholas Wilkinson presents the case that Louis Le Prince was the world's first cameraman, director, and producer of movies.  Through extensive research with Morris-Jumel documents, interviews with film historians and criminal investigators, and meetings with Le Prince descendants, Wilkinson reveals a compelling story of innovation and the ruthless international competition to create the first moving pictures.

The screening will take place outdoors on the Morris-Jumel Mansion grounds. Screenings will be followed by a program with Mr. Wilkinson and the Mansion's Executive Director, Carol Ward. Refreshments will be served. Visitors are welcome to bring blankets and tour the Mansion.

Admission is $40 per person, $30 for members, seniors, and students.

Sep
8
6:00 pm18:00

FREE Sunset Yoga Class

Calm your mind and refresh your senses with Awesome Asana Yoga's new "Unwind the Grind" Yoga Flow, held in the serene gardens of the Morris-Jumel Mansion.  Practitioners of all levels welcome to join this moderately placed Hathavinyasa fusion class.  Class is FREE; please note that on rainy days the class will be cancelled.  No advance registration, please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class. Limited mats and blocks available for borrowed use. Instructor: Chelsea Best, Founder of Awesome Asana Yoga.

For additional information, please email publicprograms@morrisjumel.org.

Sep
4
2:00 pm14:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
4
1:00 pm13:00

Yoga: Awesome Asana

Every Sunday at 1p.m. at MJM, certified yoga instructor Chelsea Best conducts Awesome Asana Yoga, an open-level Vinyasa class designed to accommodate beginners and experts alike. All are welcome, and mats, if you haven’t one, are provided. The class is $5. No registration is required. Check out Awesome Asana's website for more information.

Sep
3
12:00 pm12:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
2
1:00 pm13:00

Tour: Docent Guided

Take a guided, in-depth tour of Manhattan's oldest house, led by one of MJM's expert docents.

$12 adults, $9 students and seniors. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information on Morris-Jumel's full complement of tours, visit morrisjumel.org/tours.

Sep
1
6:00 pm18:00

FREE Sunset Yoga Class

Calm your mind and refresh your senses with Awesome Asana Yoga's new "Unwind the Grind" Yoga Flow, held in the serene gardens of the Morris-Jumel Mansion.  Practitioners of all levels welcome to join this moderately placed Hathavinyasa fusion class.  Class is FREE; please note that on rainy days the class will be cancelled.  No advance registration, please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class. Limited mats and blocks available for borrowed use. Instructor: Chelsea Best, Founder of Awesome Asana Yoga.

For additional information, please email publicprograms@morrisjumel.org.

65 Jumel Terrace, New York, New York, 10032

(212) 923-8008

Morris-Jumel Mansion is a proud member of the Historic House Trust of New York City
and partner of the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.