The museum, a non-sectarian cultural organization based in the restored 1887 National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, presents the culture, history and traditions of the great wave of Jewish immigrants to the Lower East Side drawing parallels with the diverse cultural communities that have settled in America

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Museum at Eldridge Street Synagogue, New York

The museum, a non-sectarian cultural organization based in the restored 1887 National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, presents the culture, history and traditions of the great wave of Jewish immigrants to the Lower East Side drawing parallels with the diverse cultural communities that have settled in America.

The museum, a non-sectarian cultural organization based in the restored 1887 National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, presents the culture, history and traditions of the great wave of Jewish immigrants to the Lower East Side drawing parallels with the diverse cultural communities that have settled in America. The museum offers guided tours of the synagogue, new exhibits and programs -- including concerts, neighborhood walking tours and film screenings.


Hours

Sun

10:00

17:00

Mon

10:00

17:00

Tue

10:00

17:00

Wed

10:00

17:00

Thu

10:00

17:00

Fri

10:00

15:00

Sat

Closed

About Museum at Eldridge Street Synagogue

 12 Eldridge St.

 +1 212 219-088

 eldridgestreet.org

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