View the restored apartments of past residents from different time periods.
Discover how immigrants survived economic depressions at 97 Orchard Street between 1863 and 1935. Visit the restored homes of the German-Jewish Gumpertz family, whose patriarch disappeared during the Panic of 1873, and the Italian-Catholic Baldizzi family, who lived through the Great Depression.
Explore the Lower East Side and the American Immigrant Experience.
For generations of immigrants, the Lower East Side wasn't just a place to find a cheap home. It was also where they learned how to start a business, build a congregation, educate their children, and lobby the government. Discover the fascinating history of this neighborhood and find out why itï¿½s such an ever-changing mix of the old and the new. [Note: This tour does not enter any buildings.]
Limited Wheelchair Capacity
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Tuesday, August 19