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The Jewish Harlem Walking Tour

  • Meet at the Northeast corner of Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and 125th in front of the statue of Adam Clayton Powell New York, NY, United States (map)

Urban historian Marty Shore leads tour-goers through the sites of Jewish religious life in the remarkable urban settlement of Harlem, once the second largest Jewish community in the United States. In 1917, Harlem was home to more than 175,000 Jews. This tour visits the exteriors of grand synagogues, including the Ethiopian Hebrew Synagogue "The Commandment Keepers," Temple Israel of Harlem, Congregation Shaarei Zedek and The Oheb Zedek Synagogue (former home to Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt).

Tickets are an additional $2PP when purchase on the day of the tour