Tag Archives: Tenement Museum programs

Sharing a Journey on the Ave. of Immigrants

Peeking around the corner of Allen and Delancey Streets is a lone figure. Standing seven-stories high, it has no gender, no age, no race or religion, and so it encompasses them all. The only thing one can tell by looking at it … Read more…

The Millennials Are Our Future

Millennials are the most frequent and most loyal attendees to cultural institutions, according to recent data from the National Awareness, Attitudes, and Usage Study. Engaging and cultivating this audience into future museum members is why the Tenement Museum founded the … Read more…

Evenings at the Tenement: This Land is Made for You and Me

We tell the stories of the everyday people who made their way on Orchard Street, but we’re always encouraging visitors to create their own memorable experiences here, and one of the best ways to do so is by holding your … Read more…

Beautiful Days in the Neighborhood

Springtime in New York is the stuff of songs. Whether it’s the beautiful clear skies and blooming flowers, the welcome change from the gray and biting winter months, or both, Spring just makes you want to skip the train and … Read more…

Tenement Museum Program Highlights for May

Every month, the Tenement Museum offers terrific programming to the general public. But rarely has there been a month so jam packed with so many terrific events that we decided to devote a whole blog to highlighting them. This May … Read more…