Join international @ Columbia for a trip to the Victoria Confino Tour at Tenement Museum.
Victoria Confino Tour Information
Victoria Confino Tour is one of the Meet the residents (played by costumed interpreters) tours who lived at 97 Orchard Street. Drop in on 14-year-old Victoria Confino, who lived in 97 Orchard Street in 1916, to hear about the immigrant experience in a more intimate setting. Tour her apartment, ask her questions about her life, and get a unique perspective on adjusting to life on the Lower East Side.
The trip will take place on Monday, March 12; the group will meet on Columbia's Morningside campus at 2:15 p.m. If you do not depart with the group, you will not receive your free ticket.
This event is open to Columbia College and Columbia Engineering undergraduate students. Space is limited; first-come, first-served. Students are allowed to sign up for up to two spring break trips.
To reserve your spot, you must fill out the form below and put down a $10 deposit with an Undergraduate Student Life staff member. If the $10 deposit presents a challenge, please contact Chia-Ying Pan (email@example.com) or visit her at Lerner 505E to discuss your options.
Have questions about this event? Email International @ Columbia.