The Museum will be closing at 3 pm on Wednesday, 9/20 and will be closed on Thursday, 9/21 & Friday, 9/22.
Discover Jewish New York and one of New York City’s most magnificent hidden treasures. The Museum at Eldridge Street is housed in the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue.
Book Launch - Ken Follet'sBestselling author Ken Follett has captivated millions of readers with the immersive world and rich characters of his Kingsbridge novels. Join him for a discussion on A Column of Fire ... Read more >
Rediscovery, Restoration and RenewalThe Eldridge Street Synagogue in Photographs: An exhibition providing a visual record of our painstaking restoration process. Read more >
For Families! A Rosh Hashanah RestorationJoin us for a fun-filled Rosh Hashanah Family Event. We celebrate the Jewish New Year and new beginnings at Eldridge Street. Read more >
The Jews of HarlemIn this lecture, Professor Jeffrey S. Gurock, Libby M. Klaperman Professor of Jewish History at Yeshiva University, recalls Jewish Harlem, a neighborhood that was once home to the second… Read more >
Shuls of Grandeur – Lower East Side Walking TourJoin us for an exploration of two of the last remaining grand synagogues on the Lower East Side – Bialystoker Synagogue and our own Eldridge Street Synagogue. Read more >
Open House New YorkThe Museum is participating in Open House New York, America’s largest architecture and design event. Read more >
Remnants: Photographs of the Lower East SideJoin us for a talk and reception celebrating the publication of a beautiful new book Remnants: Photographs of the Lower East Side Read more >
All-of-a-Kind Family Walking TourWhat was it like to be a kid growing up on the Lower East Side in the early 20th century? Find out as we follow in the footsteps of ... Read more >
Secrets of the SynagogueAfter Hours Tour with Untapped Cities Read more >
Yale Strom and Hot PstromiYale Strom and his klezmer band Hot Pstromi will celebrate the enduring significance of klezmer music ... Read more >
Curator's Tour - Rediscovery, Restoration and RenewalGet a behind-the-scenes look at our Rediscovery, Restoration and Renewal Photography Exhibition ... Read more >
Generation to Generation FestivalDon a top hat or bonnet, and travel back in time to 1887 when the Eldridge Street Synagogue first opened. Read more >