Museum Remembers Life Of Sen. Rufus King
As an historic house museum in Southeast Queens, King Manor Museum caters to a community of minorities and immigrants. The museum, which used to be the Jamaica farm of former U.S. Sen. Rufus King until his death in 1827, offers historic tours that serve the needs of its visitors.
The King Manor Museum is run by the King Manor Association of L.I., Inc. The mission of the association is to “involve and educate children and adults in local and national history through an innovative presentation of King Manor and its collection in the context of life in Jamaica and the United States in the early 19th century.”