Museum at Eldridge Street

Museum at Eldridge Street

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7 / 10

10 expert reviews

“Meticulously restored over the last 20 years, this beloved Moorish Revival landmark on the Lower East Side spans three centuries of New York City architecture and history.”

– Travel + Leisure

Fodor's
"The synagogue can be viewed as part of an hour-long tour, which begins at the small museum downstairs where interactive "touch tables" teach all ages about Eldridge Street." Full review
Lonely Planet
"This landmarked house of worship, built in 1887, was once the center of Jewish life, before falling into squalor in the 1920s." Full review
Time Out
"The first grand synagogue on the Lower East Side is now surrounded by dumpling shops and Chinese herb stores, but rewind about a century and you’d find delis and mikvot." Full review
Frommer's
"An 1887 synagogue, the oldest house of worship in the city for Eastern European Jews." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"The Eldridge Street Synagogue... reopened as the Museum at Eldridge Street." Full review
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