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Ticket Info:
Adults - $10; Seniors/Students - $8; Kids 6+ - $6; Kids Under 5 - Free

Mon.- Thurs. 10am- 5pm; Fri. 10am- 3pm; Sun. Family Programs Begin at 1pm

When to Go:
Free Mondays

Age Restriction:
All Ages

Nearest Transit:
East Broadway (F); Grand St (B, D); Delancey-Essex Sts (F, J, M, Z)

Important Information

  • Closed on Saturdays.

Museum at Eldridge Street Quick Facts

  • The Eldridge Street Museum NYC was originally built in 1887.
  • The Eldridge Street Project was formed in 1986, and the renovated Eldridge Street Museum was re-opened to the public in 2007.
  • Admission is free on Mondays at the Museum at Eldridge Street.

12 Eldridge St
New York, US

Website: http://www.eldridgestreet.org/

Phone Number: 212.219.0888

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Historic Eldridge Street Synagogue Museum Near Chinatown

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Lower East Side

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$10.00 for adults & $6.00 for children

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Features: The historic Museum at Eldridge Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan was renovated and re-opened to the public in 2007. This beautiful NYC museum is at the site of the Eldridge Street Synagogue in New York, which was originally built in 1887 and celebrates the strong Jewish history of the Lower East Side near Chinatown.

Why We Go: The Eldridge Street Museum is on the National Registry of Historic Places, and its beautiful exterior is trumped only by the stunning interior of this NYC landmark. Enjoy one of Manhattan's most historically significant sights when you visit the Museum at Eldridge Street NYC.

  • Guided Tours: Most guided tours at the Museum at Eldridge Street are free with admission at this family-friendly NYC attraction. Also, their knowledgable tour guides offer one of five family-friendly NYC tours to choose from, including a daily architecture tour at the Eldridge Museum NY. 
  • Rich History: The Eldridge Street Museum details the journey of Eastern European Jews into the Lower East Side of Manhattan at the turn of the 20th-Century. Visitors to this historic NYC attraction take away plenty of knowledge from the Eldridge Street Museum near Chinatown.
  • Free Mondays: The Museum at Eldridge Street offers free admission every Monday, making this the perfect time to visit one of NYC's most popular religious attractions.

Inside Knowledge: If you visit the Eldridge Street Museum on the weekdays, we highly recommend taking one of their free guided tours. Daily guided tours at the NYC Museum at Eldridge Street include an Immigrant History Tour NYC (leaves every hour from 10am- 4pm), an Eldridge Museum NY Architecture Tour (leaves at 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3:30pm), and a New York Jewish Practice Tour (leaves 12:30pm daily).

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Attend a Concert: The Eldridge Museum NY regularly offers concerts available to the public. Check the NYCTourist Events page often for upcoming shows at the Eldridge Street Synagogue in Manhattan.
  • Do Bring Your Children: The Museum at Eldridge Street offers family-friendly tours every Sunday, featuring interactive activities perfect for NYC tourists traveling with kids.
  • Don't Forget the Camera: Between the beautiful exterior and historically-preserved interior, you'll want to make sure to bring your camera to the historic Eldridge Synagogue in the Lower East Side.
  • Don't Skip the Gift Shop: The gift shop at the Eldridge Museum NY offers historically reproduced artifacts and souvenirs celebrating the history of Judaism in NYC.