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

Upcoming Events

Transplanted Cuisine

Sarah Lohman, author of Eight Flavors:  The Untold Story of American Cuisine, Eve Jochnowitz, trans... Read more >

Jane Jacobs Centennial Lecture With Michael Kimmelman

Author and New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman speaks on the legacy of writer and p... Read more >

The Historic Bowery with Esther Crain

"Next to Broadway, the most thoroughly characteristic street in the city is the Bowery," wrote one journalist in 1872 ... Read more >

Yiddishe Mamas: Mother’s Day Walking Tour

Invite the important women of your life to this exploration of Jewish women’s history of the Lower... Read more >

Cradle to the Grave

Tour the Museum at Eldridge Street and celebrate the Jewish lifecycle – 1887 style! ... Read more >

All of a Kind Family Walking Tour

Families, reserve early - this perennial favorite fills up fast! An enchanting story about growing u... Read more >

Lower East Side Sounds

Presenting a joyous mash-up of Chinese, Yiddish and Puerto Rican folk music traditions! We celebrate the diverse immigrant life of our Lower East Side neighborhood with performances by klezmer clarinetist Zisl Slepovitch and band; drummer ... Read more >

Egg Rolls, Egg Creams and Empanadas Festival

Celebrate the diverse ethnic communities of the Museum’s Lower East Side/Chinatown neighborhood. ... Read more >

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