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Lower East Side Walking Tour
April 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
A century ago, New York’s Lower East Side was home to the world’s largest Jewish community. Hundreds of thousands of Jewish immigrants lived, worked, played, here; all while struggling to survive. Today, much of this neighborhood has changed as new generations of immigrants make the Lower East Side part of their own story. But if you look closely, you can find remnants of Jewish community from a century ago. Join the Museum at Eldridge Street for an hour-long in-person tour as we explore important sites of the neighborhood and piece together what life was in the Jewish Lower East Side at the turn of the 20th century.
Museum at Eldridge Street Walking Tours are only available to small groups (8 people max). This tour is available to both individual ticket holders or families.
The safety of our visitors and staff is our priority. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are monitoring the situation closely and following guidance from the CDC and local health officials. We will require temperature checks at the beginning of the tour, the use of face covering at all times covering nose and mouth, social distancing and maintaining 6-feet from other, and regular hand washing and hand sanitizing using alcohol-based hand sanitizer. More details about where you will be meeting and other safety guidelines will be available in your email confirmation.
The Museum continues to be closed at this time.