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.

  • "Gasp-inducing"

    The New York Times

  • Exhibit at the Museum at Eldridge Street

    "NYC's Coolest Museums Revealed"

    Time Out New York

  • At Eldridge Street

    Lost & Found Music

  • At Eldridge Street:

    Preservation Detectives

  • At Eldridge Street:

    Adult Learning Classes

  • Architecture School Program at the Museum at Eldridge Street

    At Eldridge Street:

    School Programs

Visit

Museum Hours, Admission & Synagogue Tours

Book Launch

How Come Boys Get to Keep Their Noses with author Tahneer Oksman, February 9 at 6:30

In Conversation

Jewish New York
Sunday, February 21
at 2 pm

Open House

Open House for Photographers and Artists,
February 26, 11 am to 1 pm

 

Concert

Afro-Semitic Experience
Sunday, February 28
at 3 pm

Lifelong Learning

Not Just the Weekly Torah Portion with Dr. Regina Stein, Thursdays from
11 am to 12:30 pm

 

Eldridge Street Media

Watch Eldridge Street on

Thirteen/WNET TV


Kiki Smith & Deborah Gans Window

Film by Jenny Carchman


The Story of the Synagogue

Film by Lindsey Megrue


Egg Rolls, Egg Creams &
Empanadas Festival