Skip Main Navigation
Page Content

Museum at Eldridge Street

New York, NY

(212) 219-0888

Closed now
12 Eldridge St New York, NY, 10002
powered by Google


  • Amy Perchick 26 days ago

    Interesting history that was elaborated well by our guide. The sanctuary was stunning and my pictures do not do it justice. On Mondays the tours are pay as you will versus the set price.

  • Jerry Silver 56 days ago

    Beautiful restoration of a historic synagogue and a nice look back on the history of Jewish immigrants in NYC. Tour provided by a local resident was very engaging. The stained glass window by Kiki Smith and the accompanying photo gallery documenting its creation are highlights.

  • Paul George 64 days ago

    Amazing slice of jewish and new york history hidden away in Chinatown. Its a relief from the usually crowded tourist attractions of new york. There are really knowledgeable guides who will tell you stories about each aspect of the place. Must visit!

  • Joshua Gild 83 days ago

    A beautiful old synagogue that has been restored. A good amount of history about the neighborhood and the Jewish community.

  • Noah Tucker 118 days ago

    An astonishing restoration that has to be seen to be believed. I wasn't prepared for the main sanctuary after entering on the lower level and seeing the chapel first. The blue stained-glass window at the back of the sanctuary is especially interesting as it's a new piece - nobody knows what the original window looked like.

Save This Event

Event Saved