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" 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

In its 22nd 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.

Rent Our Space

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

Please note the Museum will be closing early on Sunday, 10/8 at 2PM for a private event

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