East Village & Lower East Side Attractions in New York City

As one of the most vibrant areas of New York City, the East Village and Lower East Side mesh cultural heritage, migrating history, and hole in the wall landmarks that make this one of the most inhabited places in the city. Not to be ignored: this area alone has the highest concentration of bars. The food here isn't worth ignoring either. Here's where to go to learn about this melting pot.

St. Marks Place

St Marks Place (E 8th Street)

East Village life... read more

Lower East Side Tenement Museum

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90 Orchard Street
(at Delancey Street)

Unique museum explores immigrant life in New York City... read more

Russian and Turkish Baths

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268 East 10th St
(Between First Avenue and Avenue A)

Old-world-style sauna with authentic Russian feel and clientele... read more

Williamsburg Bridge

Delancey Street and Norfolk Street

Spanning the River... read more

Ukranian Museum

222 East 6th Street
(between 2th and 3th Avenue)

Folk art from the Ukraine... read more

Stone (The)

Corner Of Avenue C & 2nd Street
East Village, Manhattan

No profit, only music... read more

Rivington Arms

4 East 2nd Street
1st Floor

Learn Art... read more

Orpheum Theatre

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126 Second Avenue

Small-size Off Broadway Location... read more

St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery Church

131 East Tenth Street
At Third Avenue

Cultural center for the arts... read more

Yoga to the People

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12 St. Marks Pl, 2R

All Bodies Rise!... read more
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