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Museum at Eldridge Street Synagogue

Map & Directions 12 Eldridge St.
New York, NY 10002
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212-219-0888
  • Mon-Thu 10am-5pm

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Once the largest Jewish house of worship on the Lower East Side, the Eldridge Street Project remains a moving reminder of the once flourishing Jewish community.

 
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  • HISTORY on 03/29/10

    This is one of the oldest synagogues in the U.S., first built by Jews from Eastern Europe in 1887. It was designed by architects Peter and Francis William Herter.

  • Yeanne H. on 05/19/13

    Beautiful Yiddish concert

  • Nikki W. on 11/22/10

    Check out the new architecture and preservation tour!

  • Urban Oyster on 11/22/10

    Look down at the floor in the sanctuary - it is uneven from more than a century of worshippers rocking back and forth on their heels while praying.

  • Jacob C. on 03/09/10

    Look up cause the skylights are rad.

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