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.