Schedule: Friday - Sunday 1pm - 4pm
The Conference House (also known as Casa Billop) built approximately in 1680, is located near the southern end of the district of Staten Island, New York, in its first century was a wheat farm.
In 1776 here it took place the Peace Conference, which tries to end the war of independence. Edward Rutledge, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Lord Howe were among the attendees.
The history and location of the Museum offer visitors a view of the landscape above the growth of New York City while illustrating the history of the nation. It is the only pre-revolution that still survives in the city and is part of the National Register of Historic Places since 1982 home.
Exhibitions: Annually a recreation of the famous conference is held. It's restored facilities recreate the life of its people for over 100 years, you can see your events by clicking here.
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