The Alice Austen House Museum is excited to be reviving "Rambling Through Rosebank," a walking tour of important places in Alice's life that focuses on the architecture and history of the buildings that are passed. The tour includes the houses of friends, the tennis club, St. John's church and rectory where her friend Trude lived. Visitors will also get to see the sites of some of her famous photographs.
The Alice Austen House is handicap accessible. There is a wheelchair ramp located in the rear of the house.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Directions to this location
2 Hylan Boulevard
(718) 816-4506 x10
Education, Art, History, Tours