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เที่ยวชมสถานที่และแลนด์มาร์คในEast Village, แมนฮัตตัน

พิพิธภัณฑ์ศิลปะ

Museum
“This is the largest museum in the U.S. committed to Ukrainian cultural heritage. It opened in 1976 and offers several annual exhibitions and public programs.”
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History Museum
“My favorite museum in NYC, it's an immersive dive into what the Lower East Side was like for every different group of immigrants, and it's incredibly detailed. ”
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History Museum
“This is a great way to see how folks used to live 100+ years ago in pre-wars (albeit well-off folks, not tenement dwellers.) People were TINY 100 years ago. And used gas-lit chandeliers. The kitchen and back yard are to die for.”
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หอศิลป์
“Visiting this museum might be the best way to learn the essence of East Village short of assimilating into an artist’s squat or chaining yourself to a tree in a community garden. The museum is housed in well-known C-Squat, which was sold by the government to a non-profit for $1 in 2002, and now is being turned into a low-income co-op for the squatters who live there. The museum itself showcases New York’s recent history of protests, grassroots movements, and environmental activism.”
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History Museum
“This is a quirky little museum. I am sure you have your eyes set on the Met and Moma and whatever else, but this is an overlooked museum that dives into the history of the New York Gangster world that is well worth the detour. ”
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History Museum
“"LES Tenement Museum." Old NYC. Lots of great tours - recommend "Getting By" or "Piecing It Together" tours. Buy tickets early. About $25 for adults.”
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จุดชมวิว

จุดชมวิว
“In our opinion, the best value and quality Omakase in New York. Sushi done perfectly.”
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สถานที่สำคัญทางประวัติศาสตร์

History Museum
“This is a great way to see how folks used to live 100+ years ago in pre-wars (albeit well-off folks, not tenement dwellers.) People were TINY 100 years ago. And used gas-lit chandeliers. The kitchen and back yard are to die for.”
  • คนท้องถิ่น 14 คนแนะนำ

ห้องสมุด

Library
“Founded in 1884, Oswald Ottendorfer, editor of a widely read German-American journal helped create one of New York City’s first free libraries. Ottendorfer wanted to help German immigrants assimilate into American society with access to reading materials. It is one of the oldest Libraries in America”
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Library
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Library
“If you want to check out a book or have a quiet spot to read, the library is right next door.”
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Library
“Free Public Pool- great spot to cool down in the hot summer. Only requirement is you must bring your own lock or you won't be allowed in with any bags.”
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