I'm a fan of tours; my husband not so much. We both loved this. My relatives were Italian and settled in the Bronx; his were Jewish and quite possibly settled in New York somewhere, possibly in the Tenement Museum's neighborhood. The tour was a real peek inside the homes and lives of the immigrants who sacrificed so much. We did the Sweatshop Workers Tour, and would have done more if we had the time. I won't give away any details, but the guide gave us some really wonderful information on the lives of these people that we have never heard anywhere else. I think about my ancestors in a whole new way. Our tour guide was really highly educated and did a wonderful job of interpreting historical information for us. Well worth the time and money for folks of all ages. I don't know how you could get this unique experience anywhere else.
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