Calendar of Events

From Tenement Talks to tastings, discussions, and special programs, there’s something to interest everyone. Browse our calendar of events below for your next experience!

Date: December 19, 2019

Your Move: Games, Migration, and Social Impact

A panel discussion exploring the role of digital games in teaching us about immigration.

Date: January 15, 2020

ASL Tour: January 15

A Deaf educator will lead the Hard Times tour, with no spoken English translation.

Date: January 29, 2020

League of Kitchens: Tenement Edition

Join us for a special, cozy winter cooking event with the NY Times-featured culinary...

Date: February 6, 2020

Access Touch Tour: February 6

Take the Under One Roof tour using touch objects, braille materials, and verbal...

Date: February 26, 2020

TypeWell Transcribed Tour: February 26

An Educator will lead the Shop Life tour which will be converted from speech to text in...

Date: March 12, 2020

Access Touch Tour: March 12

Take the Under One Roof tour using touch objects, braille materials, and verbal...

Date: March 25, 2020

ASL Tour: March 25

A Deaf educator will lead the Irish Outsiders tour, with no spoken English translation.

Date: April 22, 2020

Access Touch Tour: April 22

Tour 97 Orchard Street using touch objects, braille materials, and verbal description.

Thursday Evening Tours

The lights stay on after dark on Thursday evenings at the Tenement Museum! Explore the regularly scheduled evening tours below:


A Day in the Life: Rogarshevskys

1st, 2nd, & 3rd Thursdays of October

Explore the story of the Rogarshevsky family by taking a journey through the Lower East Side and visiting their 1911 recreated home in 97 Orchard Street. This is a hybrid walking/apartment tour.

Life and Death at the Tenement

1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month

Explore themes of disease, medicine, immigration, and reform in the lives of the former residents of the Museum’s two tenement buildings.

Tastings at the Tenement

1st, 2nd, & 5th Thursday of the month

Taste a variety of foods from our neighborhood and discuss the role of food in immigration history, the neighborhood, and wider American culture.


Exploring 97 Orchard Street

Every Thursday evening

Explore the curation and preservation of 97 Orchard Street, a historic tenement and discover how landlords and tenants left their mark on the building.

Tenement Bedrooms

1st & last Thursday of the month

Take an intimate look at the most private space of a home: the bedroom, which holds the stories of childbirth, contraception, and everything in between.

Questions?

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