上午10:00 - 下午5:30
上午10:00 - 下午5:30
上午10:00 - 下午5:30
上午10:00 - 下午5:30
上午10:00 - 下午5:30
上午10:00 - 下午6:00
上午10:00 - 下午6:00
上午10:00 - 下午5:30
用时: 1-2 小时
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区域: 曼哈顿下城
  • Delancey St • 步行 2 分钟
  • Essex St • 步行 3 分钟

4.5 分,共 5 分6,809 条点评

马里兰Odenton4 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年7月 • 好友
Wonderful museum! You tour restored and recreated apartments of NYC immigrants from the 1800’s. We picked A Union of Hope:1869 and After the Famine. Sophie, The tour guide on A Union of Hope was fantastic! It was an amazing story of an African American family, their Irish boarders and building. I highly recommend the tour. After the Famine was interesting because we are Irish and their story paralleled our ancestors but I heard rave reviews for Tenement Women and Family Owned. Watch the movie (30 min) before starting your tour. Great bookstore and gift shops as well. We had lunch at the near by Sunday Sundays and it was great.
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Kristen P
康涅狄格Brookfield289 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年7月 • 独自旅游
This museum has been on my NYC bucket list for years. You will choose from multiple limited entry guided tours depending on which topic you’d like to learn more about. Tours are about an hour. I went on the Family Owned tour where I learned about a couple from what is now Germany. (Prussia/Bavaria) and their saloon. The gift shop is excellent. Interesting neighborhood too.
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Dirk V
比利时根特147 条分享
3.0 分,共 5 分
2024年7月 • 夫妻情侣
The idea of the museum is great . You actually get a good impression of how people lived in new york in 1916. The formula of hearing the story out of the mouth of an actress playing a 14 year old child pleased me - being an actor myself . We were asked to step into her world , ask age appropriate questions and go with that flow . UNFORTUNATELY the whole idea of the 14 year old girl in 1916 playing coy and innocent was destroyed by the fact that the actress wore a 2024 post covid mask . Why ? ( i asked ) Well she was not feeling that well . Well, be true to your 1916 and hold a handkerchief. That the guide wore a mask as well “ because Olivia always wears one “ - Duh ? - bothered me less . Everybody may be hysterical if they want . But alas the whole charade was a sham . It marred the experience. ( None of the other guides had a mask on , so choose your tour carefully if you are susceptible to “ reality “ .
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弗吉尼亚切萨皮克7 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年6月 • 家庭
We went on the 1869 After the Famine Tour. Our guide was very friendly and informative. You learn about a real life family that lived in the building. The tour also goes into what else was going on in the City at that time to get a feeling of how these people must have dealt with everyday life.
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Sigalit D
1 条分享
1.0 分,共 5 分
2024年6月 • 家庭
הגעתי עם הבן עם הרבה ציפיה לאור המלצה שקיבלנו.
יצאנו מאוד מאוד מאוכזבים.

הסיור קצר מאוד (60 דקות). ביקרנו בשתי דירות של משפחה יהודית ופרטוריקנית.
ההדרכה מאוד רדודה ושטחית!!! המדריכה ניסתה ליצור שיח אבל בשל הרדידות של ההדרכה זה לא התאפשר.

הסיור בדירת מהגרים שהגיעו לאחר השואה כמעט ולא התייחס להיבט של השתלבות ההורים לאחר שאיבדו את כל משפחתם בשואה וההדרכה די הקבילה את סיפור שתי המשפחות. מה שמאוד צרם לי כיהודיה וישראלית (התחושה שהמדריכה נזהרה להיכנס לנושא השואה מה שמאוד הפתיע אותי לאור העובדה שזהו מוזיאון מהגרים והדירה היא של יהודים שורדי שואה. זה בדיוק המקום להדרכה איכותית וברמה גבוהה ולא ברמה של תלמידי בית ספר יסודי כפי שהיא הייתה)

בתום הסיור ניסינו לגלות עניין באזור וביקשנו מהקבלה המלצות למקומות מעניינים באזור להרחבת אופקים בנושא המהגרים. בקשתנו התקבלה בקרירות רבה ונאמר לנו שאין להם המלצות......

המוזיאון מתפאר בערך המוסף שלו כמקום של הדרכה וייחודיות. לחלוטין לא הרגשנו את זה!
התחושה היא של מסחטת כסף ומקום עם עלות מול תועלת נמוכה מאוד.

היינו בהרבה מוזיאונים ואטרקציות תיירותיות בניו יורק. באף מקום לא הרגשנו כך. מאוד חבל ומאכזב.
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加利福尼亚圣地亚哥3,510 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年6月 • 独自旅游
You literally can't find a "museum" like this anywhere else in the US. Its a building that was boarded up from the 1930s to the 1980s so everything inside is much as it was when it was built in the 1840s. They have left some areas unrestored and restored some areas to be like the families would have left them. The tour I did, the "after the famine" tour follows the time when an Irish family lived in one of the apartments. The guide MADE the tour. He was amazing. You learn so much and not JUST about the building. Well worth the hour and the cost. Top 25 activity in NYC.
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澳大利亚墨尔本140 条分享
4.0 分,共 5 分
2024年6月 • 夫妻情侣
The Tenement Museum has a wonderful book shop with many excellent books and information on many aspects of the growth of New York since the 1700’s.

We toured a tenement house and was given a history of how difficult it was for black people to integrate into their new lives.. We were given very interesting information about slavery and the integration of black people into different areas of New York. The tenement building we visited certainly shows how overcrowding occurred and how poverty affected people after arriving into New York and how many different nationalities came to the district of the lower east side of Manhattan.

The museum is a great resource of information if you are interested in the social side of how New York developed right back from the 1700’s.
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英国Conwy28 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年6月 • 夫妻情侣
The highlight of our entire week. The staff are knowledgeable, passionate and friendly, and bring the people, house and history to life. The property is in a wonderful state of preservation, really thought-provoking. We did a walking tour and the house, both fantastic.
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Robin B
亚利桑那凤凰城1,425 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年6月 • 夫妻情侣
We had been wanting to visit this for a long time. The last time we were in New York, we were being cheap. Let’s face it: $30 a tour is a little pricey. But this trip we decided to bite the bullet and take two tours and both tours were well worth the price. We did the “Under One Roof” tour first. Sallie was our guide for that tour and she was one of the best docent/tour guides I’ve encountered in a long time. She knew everything about the history of the two families, immigrants and the tenement itself. Our second tour, “After the Famine” was interesting as well, but the docent, while knowledgeable, wasn’t as enthusiastic as Sallie. There is a very nice gift shop. Splurge and take a tour.
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Minnesota32 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2024年5月 • 家庭
The most articulate and knowledgeable guide ever. Elaine was our guide during the "After the Famine" tour. She started with the root cause of the potato famine and subsequent immigration to the US. She illuminated the socioeconomic externalities that impacted the lives of these individuals by telling the story of one family and their life experience. It was an incredibly well-researched multi-level presentation that was informative and provocative. Thank you, Elaine.
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