Tenement Museum

Tenement Museum

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Lower East Side, New York City
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  • Vivienne G.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Vivienne GucwaAugust 31, 2014
    One of the top 10 quintessential NYC experiences. Around 7000 families lived in these tenements from the mid 19th - 20th centuries. Amazing tours and bonus: the BEST bookshop in NYC (seriously).
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  • Mike R.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Mike RobinsonMärz 8, 2015
    The 'Hard Times' guided tour was fantastic. Really great tour guides, incredible true stories of people who lived there. Really helps to understand immigrant's challenges and triumphs.
  • Ashley L.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Ashley LaflinOktober 24, 2016
    I went on both the Shop Life and Irish Outsiders tour. Both were interactive and engaging. The guides were knowledgeable and helped the space come to life. Order tickets online as they often sell out!
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAugust 12, 2014
    The Tenement Museum walks you through history and explores immigration, discrimination, housing and the history of the neighborhood through the stories of actual families that lived in this building. Mehr erfahren
  • Andras S.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Andras SerfozoAugust 31, 2017
    This is the best experience in Manhatten. Three of us got a lovely guider who show us some flats from the early 1900's, helped to discover their family life and struggle, get the immigrant lifestyle.
  • Valentina V.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Valentina VitolsNovember 20, 2017
    Wonderful experience at this very well-managed and curated museum. Staff was knowledgeable and kind. A must see when in NYC. Don’t miss it!
  • Sweta M.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Sweta MohapatraNovember 14, 2014
    This is a tour based museum, the website will tell you the duration. Tours can sell out but you can buy online or at the museum. Take the Foods of LES tour when it's warm and bring your appetite!
  • Hugh R.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Hugh RobertsonSeptember 7, 2017
    Wonderful museum inside an old tenement building, telling the history of New York and the Lower East Side through the lives of migrant families 1865-1935. Great guides, incredible stories.
  • Christine L.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Christine LJuly 7, 2017
    Hard Times tour 👍 Book online in advance since this seems to be the most popular one. I don't recommend this tour on a hot summer day though. No A/C. Just small fans circulating the hot air.
  • Genesis M.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Genesis MOktober 5, 2013
    Yes the tours are a little pricey, but there is free admission for AAM members! The guides are very informative and I learned so much on the Shop Life tour.
  • Dave L.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Dave LepkowskiAugust 22, 2019
    this was a super awesome museum to learn about immigrant's lives, liberties and pursuits of happiness
  • Lauren B.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Lauren BastianNovember 22, 2015
    You won't be disappointed with any of the tours! All of them are unique. The guides are passionate and amazing storytellers.
  • Kimmie O.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Kimmie OhhMai 10, 2020
    Learn about the living conditions many immigrants in NYC had to deal with back in the day. Great place to learn about NYC history. They have a great giftshop/bookstore.
  • Marina B.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Marina BuritySeptember 12, 2015
    One of my favorite places in NY. A great place to learn more about the lives of immigrants that made the city what it is today. All tours are great, I loved the Hard Times.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonMärz 11, 2015
    This National Historic Site was home to approximately 7000 people from 20 nations between 1863 and 1935. Take a tour and learn about the personal stories of some of the early settlers of Manhattan.
  • Jonathan L.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Jonathan L.August 18, 2019
    Not your typical museum where you read plaques of info. Here you're engaged with the storyteller (tour guide), learning the lives of the different people who lived in these apartments. Check it out.
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    About 7,000 people, mostly immigrants, lived in this five-story building from 1863 to 1935. Tours trace the lives of five typical families. - Green Guide Editor
  • Precious S.
    Precious SusonSeptember 24, 2014
    very nice place. went for my bf who had a college assignment to do on the place. our tour guide anna was very nice and welcoming. if your really into this stuff id def say this is a place to check out
  • Oz L.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Oz LublingAugust 9, 2015
    Really interesting and unique museum. An amazing gift/bookstore on the ground level is a must.
  • Ramona A.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Ramona ArmitageDezember 3, 2019
    Really interesting and balanced tour. The guide also gave insight into all different cultural perspectives which was great.
  • Christina C.
    Christina ChinDezember 21, 2014
    Really cool immersion museum where you get to see how life was. Found it really interesting and wish the tour was longer than an hour. Must schedule tour appt.
  • Amelie P.
    Amelie PNovember 3, 2014
    Tours are story telling based and focus on difficulties met by immigrants in the 19th century. It was entertaining too but you'll only get to know one floor per tour and each one will cost 25 dollars
  • Julie S.
    Julie SosciaJanuar 29, 2019
    Amazing tour and insight of immigrant life in NYC. Ask the guides lots of questions, they love it. Be sure to check out the gift store - has lots of really cool books.
  • Malcolm C.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Malcolm ChangFebruar 26, 2016
    Interesting tours in the most old time part of NYC. Plus lots of New York centric books and exhibits, dealing with the immigrant experience
  • Manuel P.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Manuel PortelaJuly 31, 2016
    If you like to know the story of New Yorkers, you must visit this place. With nice books and tours
  • Erik C.
    Erik CintronNovember 30, 2010
    Great museum and they seven different tours that are guided by well educated staff. Have to come back...they take you through the lives of people who lived in these buildings 150 years ago untouched
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    CharlottesMai 13, 2017
    One of the more unusual museum experiences in the city. I particularly like the neighborhood walking tour. Learnt so much about my adopted home!
  • Urban Oyster
    Urban OysterMärz 30, 2011
    On the Confino tour, descendants of Victoria Confino helped develop the Victoria character, a historical interpretation of the real person you'll meet on the tour, even down to her sense of humor.
  • Ashley R.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Ashley RoseNovember 24, 2015
    Very cool look at life for so many LES residents. Book in advance, I did the Shop Life and the interactive bit was really cool.
  • Andrew C.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Andrew COktober 11, 2017
    This museum is absolutely amazing... so many rotating exhibits/tours/events, you're bound to find an interesting and relevant one!!!
  • DailyCandy
    DailyCandyFebruar 26, 2014
    Once home to nearly 7,000 working-class immigrants, the tenement apartment building-turned-museum re-creates immigrant life in the 19th and 20th centuries w/ insights into their personal experiences.
  • Christoph K.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Christoph KMai 13, 2016
    I went on two tours and both were excellent: Lively, knowledgable tour guides, lots of interesting information, really glad I went along!
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    TingNovember 22, 2015
    Tastings at the Tenement on Thursdays is a great way to see the museum and experience the evolution of the neighborhood through your taste buds.
  • Colleen M.
    Colleen McGinnAugust 10, 2013
    Really interesting way to spend an hour of your weekend! Totally worth the trip, but check ahead of time to see when tours leave.
  • EvaHerz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    EvaDezember 19, 2014
    Super interesting! The guides really know what their talking about, the reconstructions are very convincing, and the museum shop is a treat.
  • Luke M.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Luke MayesSeptember 27, 2017
    We toured “the shops.” We both felt like the tour was twice as long as it should have been; like they stretched a 45 minute story into 1.5 hours. That said, the concept behind the place is awesome.
  • Rachel S.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Rachel SmithMärz 11, 2016
    Shop life your is great tour guides very knowledgable, gift shop is fun but of course everything over priced
  • Denise H.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Denise HAugust 28, 2017
    You need to do a tour to see inside so book in advance to get the time you want and the tour you're interested in.
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJanuar 22, 2014
    The Tenement Museum is located in an 1863 Italianate tenement on the Lower East Side. Subtle, beautiful, and intricate— this building is brimming with stories. Mehr erfahren
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    Gaby FloMai 28, 2012
    Now visit the prototype of a Lower East Side tenement where many of those immigrants lived. The only way to see the museum is by guided tour, which takes place frequently between 10am and 6pm
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatOktober 11, 2011
    A great place to gain an understanding of how New York City came to be. The Tenement Museum is an eye opening experience as it takes you through actual families lives of those who lived there.
  • MarlonHerz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    MarlonMärz 8, 2017
    Informative but pricey... it kind of reminds me of some of the apartments I grew up in NYC, lol. Pre-gentrification.
  • Kavita B.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Kavita BabaMärz 8, 2015
    Different tours for different moods. The hard times tour is a great start and the guides are very knowledgeable!
  • Silvia B.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Beautiful museum and guides super prepared! Must see
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Michelin Travel & LifestyleSeptember 22, 2012
    Museum guides interpret several generations of immigrant life in a five-story tenement building. Tours last 1hr, are limited to 15 people, and should be booked in advance. No A/C. - Green Guide Editor
  • Ryan P.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Ryan PatrickOktober 19, 2018
    Museum is guided tours only. So make sure you book one on their site in advance of going.
  • Jake C.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Jake ClementsJanuar 30, 2018
    Tours are super interesting and give a vivid sense of how hard life was for residents of the tenements. Would totally recommend!
  • Anthony D.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Anthony DuranJuni 16, 2016
    Pretty neat and interesting to see how of our families came through here upon becoming United States Citizens. Just remember where you came from.
  • Kevin V.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Kevin VOktober 28, 2016
    A must do! Start with the hard-times visit! Learned and experienced a ton in the renovated old house.
  • Wdychen N.
    Wdychen NYCApril 2, 2013
    Schon mehr als 10 Mal hier gewesen
    The museum offers great educational talks about the history and story of the neighborhood.
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