Today more than ever people, young and old want to learn about their Jewish heritage. Discover how the Jews shaped America and NYC and America and NYC shaped the Jews.
On our walking tours you will learn how the Jewish people came to the US, where they lived, how they thrived and became part of the great American melting pot.
We have private tours available for groups of 1 to 100 people.
Discounts available for schools.
Tours run from 90 minutes to 2 hours.
Call 201-397-9138 to book your tour today!
For 90 minute tours groups 2-10 – $150.00 + $15 for each additional person.
For 2 hour tours groups 2-10 – $200.00 + $20 for each additional person
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English: United States Food Administration color lithograph World War I poster by Charles Edward Chambers (1883-1941), showing immigrants arriving in New York harbor, with Statue of Liberty beneath a rainbow. Caption (translated from the yiddish): “Food will win the war. You came here seeking freedom, now you must help to preserve it. Wheat is needed for the allies. Waste nothing.” Exhibited at “From Haven to Home : A Library of Congress Exhibition Marking 350 Years of Jewish Life in America” at the Library of Congress, 2004.