MUSEUM AT ELDRIDGE STREET
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The museum’s goal is to uphold, protect, and promote the newly restored landmarked Eldridge Street Synagogue of 1887, the first great house of worship built by Eastern European immigrants in the United States. It is a dynamic cultural and educational center that preserves the story of immigrants and Jewish culture. The museum attracts many visitors, with various guided tours and regular events. Entry is free on Mondays, while the museum is closed on Saturdays.

DISTRICT
Chinatown
ADDRESS
PHONE
+12122190888
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Sun–Thu 10 am to 5 pm
Fri 10 am to 3 pm
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
F to East Broadway
B, D to Grand Street
PRICE LEVEL
moderate
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Museum / collection

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