My son and I visited while we were on our family trip. Being that this is one of the oldest synagogues in the world, it is definitely worth a stop. My son loves history, and while this is small, it's very serene, cool inside, and there is a small museum at the back (the staff described it as the world's smallest museum). There is a short video playing and some interesting information to read. The staff is friendly and welcoming, and encouraged us to walk across the street to where their social hall is to enjoy the stunning views of Charlotte Amalie. The gift shop is also small, but has some great items.
It is up a steep hill, so be prepared. It is not a difficult walk from the vendor market area, or water front, except for the steep hill. There are also many stairs to walk up, and I did not notice any ramp or other way to access the synagogue for anyone who may need other access options.
Be careful because it would be easy to miss. Wear comfortable shoes (tennis shoes would be best) because the roads around the island are very uneven.
Information is available on their website as for times of services, etc.
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