Jewish Children’s Museum

Jewish history and culture come to life through creative and accessible multi-media activities designed to engage, entertain and educate.

✡️ Play 6 holes of miniature golf representing major Jewish life cycle events
✡️ Voyage Through Jewish History and jump in a Noah’s Ark ball pit
✡️ Climb on a challah loaf on a…

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Museum of Broadway

Explore Broadway’s rich history, the behind-the-scenes and its game changers at a new interactive and experiential museum.

🎭 Travel through the timeline of Broadway from its birth to present day with costumes, props and memorabilia
🎭 Pose in recreated sets from favorite Broadway shows
🎭 Get a behind-the-scenes look at all the jobs that…

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Jackie Robinson Museum

Learn about the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson through artifacts, historical imagery and multilayered storytelling. Celebrate the enduring legacy of Robinson’s multifaceted commitment to advancing equal opportunity for all through activism, civic engagement, and economic empowerment efforts.

⚾️ Follow a chronology of Robinson’s life set within the context of 20th-century America with interactive…

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El Museo Del Barrio

This lively museum focuses on the art and culture of Puerto Ricans and all Latin Americans in the United States. Small and friendly with great family programming and interesting artworks in a range of genres.

HIGHLIGHTS:

🖼 Vibrant Latino art organized into six thematic sections: Urban Experiences, Expanded Graphics, African and Indigenous Heritages, Craft Intersection,…

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Fraunces Tavern

Get a pot pie (one of George Washington’s favorite meals) and other traditional and modern American dishes at New York’s oldest and most historic bar and restaurant. Established in 1763, this favorite drinking spot of Alexander Hamilton and the site of Washington’s famous farewell address to soldiers after the Revolutionary War now is part restaurant,…

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The Museum at Eldridge Street

Step inside history and explore an icon of New York City resilience. Learn the story of the grand 19th-century Eldridge Street Synagogue and the Jewish immigrants who built it.

HIGHLIGHTS:

🕍 In self-guided tours, experience life through the eyes of a newly arrived immigrant to New York’s Lower East Side
🕍 Free docent-led tours…

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