Museum at Eldridge Street

Picture of Museum at Eldridge Street
12 Eldridge Street
New York, NY  10002

Phone
: 212-219-0888
Borough: Manhattan

 
Official Web Site

Social Media:  

Yelp Reviews: 

NYC Location Map of New York City Fire Museum NYC
  


 

Learn more about New York City Fire Museum NYC

The Eldridge Street Synagogue opened in 1887, the first newly built American synagogue, celebrating the religious freedoms America offered. The synangogue flourished for more than 50 years, but then with changing times, the synagogue suffered, but never failed. In the late 20th century, it was designated a National Historic Landmark. A major restoration was completed in 2007 and the museum now offers tours, concerts, lectures, festivals and other cultural events. The Museum at Eldridge Street states the following mission: "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...". Mission accomplished!

Guided Food Tasting

NYC Attractions

New York Dinner Cruise

Foods of NY Greenwoich Village Tour
Walking-Cultural Tours
Visit Foods of NY Tours

Rated NYC's Best


6 Best NY Attractions
One Amazing Price!
On Sale Now! - $116

Skip Most Ticket Lines

Picture of NY Dinner Cruise with Buffet
NYC Dinner Cruise / Buffet
Book Now to Save!
3-hrs of Music & Views



NYC Tickets:  Broadway Shows | Sports | Attractions | Concerts
Things-To-Do | Tours | Attractions | TheatreHotels |
City Info | Site Map | Maps | Events

In our 15th year, we welcome your feedback at info@mustseenewyork.com
A member of the Must See Destinations network | Must See New York 2002-2017