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Museum at Eldridge Street

12 Eldridge St, Between Canal and Division Streets, New York City, NY 10002-6204
+1 212-219-0888
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Historic 130 year old synagogue in the Lower East Side. $14 adults, $10 students/seniors, $8 children. Mondays are Pay As You Wish.
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12 Eldridge St, Between Canal and Division Streets, New York City, NY 10002-6204
Chinatown
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Came here with my kindergarten class during Hanukkah in December. Interesting history, nice stained glass, small synagogue.

Thank Mary C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fabulous tour of this amazing synagogue. The reconstruction has taken years and is very impressive as was the historical and social context provided in the tour. I really enjoyed the time spent here.

Thank Larry G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The trip is worth it just to see the truly amazing window. The tour guide was knowledgeable and patient. The first floor is a display of the restoration efforts of the congregation.

Thank kmmate
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The story and history of the synagogue is really fascinating. The details in the synagogue are beautiful to see. We enjoyed seeing how the synagogue worked: the front was for the rich and the back was for the poor. One of the seats in the...More

Thank Michelle H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Off the beaten path near Chinatown. This is a restored synagogue built by Eastern European Jews in the late 1800’s. The artistry and architectural details were fabulous.

Thank pebbles1222
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the highlights of our trip to NYC. It's a little bit off the beaten track, but anyone visiting the city should make the effort to visit. Our guide (Philip) gave us a very informative tour. It's a wonderful building with a fascinating history....More

Thank Donald S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Fascinating glimpse into the lives of thousands of lower East Side Jews who took such pride in their beautiful synagogue. Our guide was very knowledgeable, being an Eastern European immigrant herself. Besides the gorgeous interior upstairs, there is a fabulous (though not super-extensive) exhibition downstairs...More

Thank BayStateFan
Reviewed January 12, 2018 via mobile

What a fabulous gem full of NYC and Jewish history! Must see! The tour guide, Herb, was super amazing. Want to be back again and absorb more ❣️

Thank pollyanywhere
Reviewed December 29, 2017 via mobile

This is a great little museum in a synagogue. I highly recommend joining a tour, given by one of the highly qualified guides. The tours bring the place to life. It is fascinating to think about the thousands of Jewish people who came from Europe...More

Thank Hunterboeuf
Reviewed December 28, 2017

The synagogue is beautiful and has been restored extraordinarily well. It is definitely worth a visit. Unfortunately, the tour guide was not as informative or knowledgeable as we would have hoped and took forever (well, an hour, anyway). We would have done better to view...More

Thank Jonathan R
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Arthur S
December 3, 2017|
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The guided tour took 45 minutes to an hour. Give it an hour to 1 1/2 hours at the most should do it.
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