The Washington Post published a pretty neat virtual tour of the New York Tenement Museum.

I’ve previously written about the museum’s resources at The Best Places Where Students Can Tell Their – And/Or Their Families – Immigration Story.  Here’s what I wrote there:

The famous New York City Tenement Museum, located near where my father was raised, has just expanded its facility and website. You can read more about it at NBC News, NYC’s Tenement Museum Will Now Showcase a Puerto Rican Migrant Family . They’ve added some additional nice resources. One is Your Story, Our Story is a digital archive where students can upload images of family objects and their stories.  It has lots of decent free lesson plans to use with it.