Best things to do Lower East Side New York City on Monday afternoon (US)

Popular days & hours to visit attractions in Lower East Side New York City United States on Monday afternoon.

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John V. Lindsay East River Park (Park)
FDR Dr
4.5

John V. Lindsay East River Park is most popular around 2 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay up to 1 hour here. It's most quiet on Sundays.

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Columbus Park (Park)
Mulberry Street &
4.3

Columbus Park is most popular around 2 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay up to 45 min here. It's most quiet on Tuesdays.

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Lucky Star Bus (Other)
145 Canal St
4.1

Lucky Star Bus is most popular around 11 AM on Mondays. Visitors usually stay 15-45 min here. It's most quiet on Tuesdays.

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Meow Parlour (Other)
46 Hester St
4.5

Meow Parlour is most popular around 3 PM on Fridays. It's most quiet on Mondays.

Cat café and rescue organization. Reservations are highly recommended! We have special hours for kids under 9.

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Sara D. Roosevelt Park (Park)
Chrystie St &
4.0

Sara D. Roosevelt Park is most popular around 2 PM on Fridays. Visitors usually stay up to 1 hour here. It's most quiet on Sundays.

A shimmering stretch of green amidst the sea of concrete, asphalt, and tightly-packed buildings, Sara D. Roosevelt Park provides a refreshing respite for residents and visitors of Manhattan's Lower East Side. Named for philanthropist and Presidential mother Sara Delano Roosevelt in 1934, the park remains a vibrant common ground for senior citizens, children, and recent immigrants, as well as the more recent addition of artists and young professionals.

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Museum at Eldridge Street (Museum)
12 Eldridge St
4.7

Museum at Eldridge Street is most popular around 2 PM on Sundays. Visitors usually stay up to 1,5 hours here. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

The Museum at Eldridge Street is housed in the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue. Built in 1887, it is an architectural marvel and a symbol of immigrant aspirations realized. The building is the first grand synagogue purpose-built by Eastern European Jewish immigrants in the United States, and was nearly lost to neglect before the Museum’s 20-year, $20 million restoration project returned the space to glory and public use.

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