Virtual Experiences

While you can’t visit inside our historic tenement buildings, we offer virtual opportunities to experience the Museum. Attend one of our free public talks on YouTube, purchase tickets for a virtual tour, or host your own private event or field trip.

Color photo of the small Rogarshevsky family kitchen at 97 Orchard Street where a table with food is next to a stove, a chair, and a small bed

Virtual Tenement Tours

Purchase tickets to a live, virtual apartment tour of a family who lived in our historic buildings in the 19th and 20th centuries.


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Calendar of Events

Explore our schedule of upcoming free public events on YouTube Live, and purchase tickets for upcoming virtual tours. 

 


Collage poster for "Private Virtual Events" with pictures from different family apartments.

Private Virtual Events

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.


Two young children sit at a dining room table watching a virtual lecture on a laptop.

Virtual Field Trips

The Tenement Museum’s private virtual K-12 field trips offers your class a chance a ‘visit’ to our recreated apartments from anywhere in the world.


Ad for "Virtual Tenement Museum Gala" on April 29 at 7:30 PM

Watch our Virtual Gala Film

You’ll get a sneak peek of our new permanent exhibit exploring Black history in Lower Manhattan, and a behind the scenes look at the ongoing stabilization of our historic tenement buildings.

All funds raised for this gala will provide crucial support for the Museum’s continued survival, and right now, you can double your impact!

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Digital Stories

Check out our collection of online Tenement Museum content, from digital exhibitions, videos, podcasts, in-depth articles, downloads, and more!

Are you going to be in the neighborhood? Check out our in-person building and walking tours!