Whether you are planning a group experience for your staff, alumni group, club, family, or friends, the Tenement Museum offers truly unique virtual event options. Your guests will interact with experts, educators, or costumed interpreters, and be guided through the recreated spaces of our historic tenement buildings and the lives of the families who lived there, using videos, archival images, and oral histories.
We offer virtual event experiences to fit varying budgets, starting at $300. Tenement Museum members receive a 15% discount on a private interactive experience. Browse our offerings, and to learn more or book your private virtual event, inquire below.
Book a private Tenement Museum virtual tour experience for your next team meeting. Explore themes of diversity, equity, inclusion, and American identity through the lens of immigrant and migrant families throughout history.
All corporate groups receive 15% off through April 31, 2021.
A 60-minute interactive virtual visit to the Tenement Museum, with a Tenement Museum Educator. We’ll take you inside 97 Orchard Street and through the history of a family who lived there. You’ll learn about daily life in the past, see the spaces, meet the people, and get to ask us questions about the history. These events can be tailored for groups with young children.
The Rogarshevsky Family story features a Jewish American family in 1911, and explores how they balanced work, tradition and culture in the Lower East Side.
The Baldizzi Family story features an Italian American family in the 1920s, and discusses how they found support through difficult circumstances.
The Moore Family story features an Irish American family in the 1860s, and explores work, belonging, and identity in a changing city.
The Saez Velez Family store features a Puerto Rican migrant family who lived on Orchard Street in the 1960s.
A 60/90-minute interactive virtual experience that explores in-depth, topical discussions led by experts and educators. Specialized experiences explore topics including public health, public education, women’s history, and personal storytelling.
We offer private field trips, appropriate for grades 2 and up, to explore the stories of the families who once lived on Orchard Street. A Tenement Museum educator will guide you through primary sources, objects, oral histories, and more, drawing lessons suited to your curriculum. We also have field trips available for adult and senior groups!
Contact [email protected] to learn more about which lesson plan best suits your needs.
Inquire today about hosting an unique and engaging event with the Tenement Museum!