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ON VIEW NOW:

Memory & Inheritance by Tobi Kahn

The Museum will be closed for a private event on Sunday, July 21.

"...be awestruck by the exotic splendor of this meticulously restored sanctuary."


The New York Times

Image of the Eldridge Street Synagogue Facade taken by Kate Milford.

A National Historic Landmark

The Museum at Eldridge Street is housed in the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue. Built in 1887, it is an architectural marvel, and a symbol of immigrant aspirations realized.

“The Most Instagrammable Synagogues in the World” - My Jewish Learning

Egg Rolls,
Egg Creams & Empanadas Festival

Sunday, June 16, 2024

12PM - 4PM ET

 

In its 23rd year, the Museum at Eldridge Street’s signature street festival is a celebration of the diverse traditions that give the Lower East Side and Chinatown its identity. The festival fills Eldridge Street with a medley of Jewish, Chinese, and Puerto Rican tastes, sights, sounds, and crafts for folks of all ages to enjoy!

“Gasp-inducing!”  - The New York Times

“Architecture’s Ten Best”  - The New Yorker & New York Magazine

From the perspective of the women's balcony looking down into the sanctuary, a family gathered at a wedding with a bride and groom standing beneath a chuppah.

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Our historic, beautiful space is the perfect venue for any event.

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