What does Robert Moses have to do with the Bartow Pell Mansion? Everything.

Lecture:Robert Moses and Pelham Bay Park
Saturday, February 21stRobert Moses
Many people know the infamous Robert Moses and how he  left his mark on New York City, including the creation of Orchard Beach and Pelham Bay Park. Bartow-Pell Mansion Tour Guides Tom Vasti and  Doug Hearle will do a lecture/ presentation on how Robert Moses, affected the Bartow Pell Historic site through his demolitions and buildings in the surrounding areas of Pelham Bay Park. Appropriate for ages 14 and up.



Registration is requested call 718 885 1461 or email info@bpmm.org


Admission: free with admission to the museum

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
895 Shore Road
The Bronx, NY 10464
718-885-1461 info@bpmm.org

Easily accessible by
Public transit: #6 Train to Pelham Bay Station, transfer to #45 Westchester Bee-Line bus to gate.

By Car: exit Hutchinson River Parkway or I-95 at City Island/Orchard Beach exit.  Merge onto Shore Road at traffic circel.  Bear left around circle to Shore Road North, enter stone gates on the right.  Free Parking is available.

Guided Mansion Tours:   Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays 12 p.m. – 4 p.m 
Admission: $5 Adult, $3 Seniors/Students, Free children under 6 years old

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