Apartment Tours

At Home in 1869

Hear the story of Joseph and Bridget Moore, Irish immigrants raising their children in 97 Orchard Street in 1869. Visit their recreated apartment and explore how they maintained their Irish identity in the face of discrimination. How did they make a home?

Please note: Masking is required on all indoor tours and in the Visitor Center. Children under 5 cannot attend building tours at this time. Instead, they can attend a neighborhood walking tour or visit us virtually.

Apartment Tours

At Home in 1869

Hear the story of Joseph and Bridget Moore, Irish immigrants raising their children in 97 Orchard Street in 1869. Visit their recreated apartment and explore how they maintained their Irish identity in the face of discrimination. How did they make a home?

Tour type
Apartment Tours
Tour Location
Tour begins at 103 Orchard Street
Tour Duration
60 minutes
Not recommended for visitors with mobility issues

No tickets available.

We are not currently offering this program. Visit our tour calendar to explore our ongoing apartment tours and neighborhood walking tours!


You can host a private tour for a small group at a flat rate of $360 (Monday – Friday between 10 am – 5 pm) and $450 outside of business hours and on weekends and holidays. Members receive a 15% discount. Submit an inquiry.

Masking is required on all indoor tours and in the Visitor Center.

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