The Bohemian Festival 2013 will be held at the The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House (1820 Flushing Avenue, Ridgewood). Click here for a map, or see below.
Bus Q-54 passes and stops two blocks away at the intersection of Flushing and Metropolitan Avenues.
Bus B-57 passes the house on Flushing Avenue.
“L” subway line to Jefferson Street (Brooklyn) stop. Proceed five blocks North (right) along Flushing Avenue.
We will also have a shuttle bus picking up/dropping off from the L Jefferson St stop throughout the weekend. Our bus driver’s contact number will be posted before the festival.
The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House
The Onderdonk House is a historical landmark in Ridgewood, Queens. It is the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in NYC, decorated in part with its original 19th century furnishings. It was originally built in 1661, and now serves as a cultural center and museum. The surrounding field is a lush, green space with room for camping, BBQ-ing, games, dancing, and performances.
The House serves as a museum for a permanent exhibit on the archaeology of the Onderdonk site, as well as changing exhibits relating to history, the arts and culture. The Society also maintains a history and genealogical research library, and offers many cultural events annually, including: guided house tours, history lectures and programs, genealogy workshops, craft classes and special events, such as St. Nicholas Day and other Dutch celebrations. The history and location of the house provide a rich educational and cultural experience for visitors.
For more information, visit their website.