Blue and white Delft tiles with landscape designs.

Architectural Treasures

Philipse Manor Hall is a historically and architecturally significant artifact of a prominent Dutch/English colonial New York family. Additionally, it is a rare surviving fragment of the colonial manorial system in New York State. Its history includes its role in the early establishment and growth of the City of Yonkers and (notably early) preservation efforts by the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society and others. Learn more about several of the more prominent architectural elements found in the building using the links below.