Follow a trail of dry and crumbly clues that reveal a Passover story of freedom. The gritty, crowded streets of New York's Lower East Side were not paved with gold but to millions of immigrants, this was the Promised Land. As Preservation Detectives search for hidden pieces of matzo, they'll find out how to "read" a building's message and the ways that the Eldridge Street Synagogue says "we're free."
Part of the Museum’s Preservation Detectives Program for Families
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When & Where
Museum at Eldridge Street
The mission of the Museum at Eldridge Street is to strengthen, support, protect and promote the 1887 landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue as a dynamic cultural and educational center that tells the story of Jewish immigrant life at the turn of the last century, explores architecture and historic preservation, inspires reflection and cultural continuity, and fosters inter-group exchange.
Space is limited. RSVP required.