- Built in the 1830s, the Bartow-Pell Mansion is nestled in a wooded area off Pelham Park Bay in the Bronx. This area once belonged to the Siwanoy Indians. A masterpiece of Greek Revival architecture and design, the gray stone house is filled with period furniture, paintings and art. Restaurants, a museum store and picnic areas are located in the park.
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