By Carla Zanoni
INWOOD — Bicyclists and history buffs plan to take a 16-mile bike tour of Manhattan this Sunday, Sept. 26, as they tour five of the city’s historic houses.
The event includes tours of three architectural gems in Upper Manhattan: the Dyckman Farmhouse, which was the center of a 250-acre farm in the late 18th century; the Little Red Lighthouse, a 19th century lighthouse under the George Washington Bridge; and Morris-Jumel Mansion, Manhattan's oldest house, built in 1765,
The tour is part of "A Moveable Feast," a weekend-long festival sponsored by the Historic House Trust of New York City.
In addition to the cycling tour, the three-day event features open house tours of the Trust's 23 historic houses in the city.