Bialystoker the Beautiful, Shteibl Row and Historic East Broadway
The Jewish Harlem Walking Tour
Tour the magnificent Bialystoker Synagogue, built in 1826 as a Methodist Church, and believed to be a stop on the Underground Railroad, then visit a shteibl (one room house of prayer.)
Walk the street on historic East Broadway in this iconic neighborhood.
Crossing Delancey: Where Old Meets New
Once the second largest Jewish community in the United States, Harlem was home to more than 175,000 Jews. This tour visits the exteriors of grand synagogues, including the Ethiopian Hebrew Synagogue.
Upper West Side -South
Enter sacred sites that reveal the Lower East Side of the early 20th century and how it has evolved to reflect today’s changing culture north of Delancey Street.
The Land of Chasidim - A Walking Tour of Williamsburg
During the 1930’s a significant number of Jewish refugees escaping Europe moved to Manhattan’s Upper West Side to join an already diverse community. Bordered by Central Park on one side and Riverside Park on the other, this 2.5 square mile neighborhood has some of the most outstanding 19th century row houses in New York City, and contains a wealth of history and architectural styles
Tenement Chic on THE UPPER EAST SIDE: An Ornamental Architecture Walking Tour
Williamsburg is the land of Chasidic Jews. In fact, it is the most important neighborhood of the Satmar community, as well as a number of other Chasidic groups. Come along on this interesting journey through an area of Brooklyn that is constantly changing
Upper West Side North Walking Tour
The Architecture of the Upper East Side evokes mini mansions and extravagant townhouses along the "Fifth Avenue Gold Coast." but it is the richly orneamented side street tenements that housed the working and middle class residents of the neighborhood.
‘Kosher’ Nostra: Jewish Gangsters and the Lower East Side: A Walking Tour
Boarded by Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west, this two and half mile neighborhood - a 'powerhouse' of shuls, schools, and Jewish culture - boasts of some of the most exceptional residences in NYC, exemplifying Beaux Art, Art Nouveau & Art Deco architecture.
"Second Hand Rose:" A Journey down the Yiddish Rialto
Learn where leaders of the Jewish Underworld began their nefarious activities, and discuss questions of morality, power & assimilation.
O! Multitudes! I: Three Centuries of Domestic Architecture on the Lower East Side
Second Avenue is rich in cultural history. You’ll stroll down the historic street of the famed “Yiddish Rialto,” and explore the connections between what is now the East Village and the Lower East Side.
The Jewish Community of Colonial New Amsterdam: A Walking Tour
The Lower East Side is the iconic New York City immigrant neighborhood. For the past century and a half, immigrants have crowded its streets and tenements, and established cultural, social and religious institutions. On this tour, housing on the Lower East Side will continue to be explored.
Tenement Chic: Ornamentation and Architectural Walking Tour of the LES
Trace the origins of Jewish life in what was Colonial New Amsterdam.
Visit the oldest known Jewish Cemetery in New York City founded by America's first Jewish Congregation, and see graves of patriots of the American Revolution.
On this tour, we will discuss why sculptures adorn otherwise drab 19th century tenements, and how building ornamentation influenced residential architecture in this ever evolving immigrant enclave.