Discover the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue, a breath-taking National Historic Landmark located on New York City's Lower East Side.

The Museum at Eldridge street offers an intimate, authentic portal to the past for people of all backgrounds. Step into the footsteps of the synagogue's immigrant founders. Explore digital displays. Discover how the immigrant experience transformed and continues to transform communities today.

  • Azafea - A Spanish Odyssey

    Concert on October 14

  • "Gasp-inducing"

    The New York Times

  • At Eldridge Street:

    Lifelong Learning Classes

  • At Eldridge Street:

    Preservation Detectives

  • New Permanent Exhibition at Museum at Eldridge Street

    New Visitor Center & Exhibition

    Now Open


Honoring Sports Greats
Monday, November 3

Film Screening

With filmmaker Mark Podwal
Tuesday, October 7

Family Event

The Incredible Edible Sukkah
Sunday, October 5

Open House New York

Design & Architecture Event
Sunday, October 12


Azafea – A Spanish Odyssey
Tuesday, October 14

Lifelong Learning

Bible & History Classes
Beginning October 21

Eldridge Street Media

Kiki Smith & Deborah Gans Window

Film by Jenny Carchman

The Story of the Eldridge Street Synagogue

Film by Lindsey Megrue

DID YOU KNOW? All of the synagogue's original 1887 wood furnishings were saved in our authentic restoration.