Very well-done exhibition about this once teeming immigrant Jewish neighborhood closely bordered by Little Italy and African American,homes. Very realistic, lively and full of oral histories, made very real for adults and children alike. The contrasts between the 1880's and 1960's is very powerful. Make sure you visit the two synagogues next door on the tour illustrating 150 years of changes. The free Crculator orange line bus stops at the corner and it is two blocks from the E Gaines African History Museum on President Street. There are Jewish delis across the street from the museum and Little italy is two blocks south. Lovely staff-soon they will have a Jews in the Civil War exhibit that I saw in NYC- excellent.