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… to the Goethe-Institut New York, Germany’s cultural institute operating worldwide. We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. We have been operating in New York since 1969 and are a hub of ideas, support, education and exchange.

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Online & in-person German courses available at all levels: Book a standard, intensive, specialized or conversation course now.

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We're offering free trial classes from beginner to advanced levels - for adults, young learners (12-16) & children (6-8 or 9-11).

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Library

Our library & public space welcomes anyone who wants to read, to listen to music, to watch films, to be inspired or to meet other people.

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Projects


German Film Office

The German Film Office is an initiative of the Goethe-Institut and German Films. Based in New York, we collaborate with local partners to bring the best of contemporary and repertory films from Germany to US audiences.

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50 Years of GAPP

The German American Partnership Program is turning 50 this year! There is a lot to celebrate, including 50 years of bilateral exchanges, life-changing experiences, and lifelong friendships. Delve into the rich history of GAPP and stay up to date on upcoming anniversary events.

GAPP50

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Ludlow 38 Online Publication + Archive

Dive into the 11-year history of our Ludlow 38 art space & residency program. With contributions from our jury members, our curatorial residents, Goethe-Institut colleagues, artists, and Lower East Side neighbors.

Ludlow 38 Online Pub

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Deutschstunde

Deutschstunde is the portal for German as a Foreign Language teaching materials, professional development training, and Magazin Sprache. Contact to other teachers in local communities is but a few clicks away.
 

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Address

30 Irving Place
New York, NY 10003
USA

Contact

Telephone

+1 212 4398700

General E-Mail

info-newyork@goethe.de

Course Info E-mail

germancourses-newyork@goethe.de

Opening Hours

Mo–Th: 10:00am–6:00pm
Closing Period: December 26 through January 1
Mo–Th (Service w/SelfCheck Machine): 10:00am–6:00pm
Tu, We, Th (Service w/Librarian): 1:00-5:00pm (or by appointment)
Closing Period: December 19 through January 6

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