Eldridge Street Synagogue | Historic Landmark in Chinatown | Lower Manhattan | New York City
Hello Everyone! Welcome to Eldridge Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan! This wonderful place was built in 1887. One of the founders was Rabbi Eliahu Borok, formerly the Head Rabbi of St. Petersburg, Russian Empire. Since 1989 this synagogue is open to public as the Museum at Eldridge Street, reflecting its cultural and educational mission, within the synagogue building. Tickets: $15. Mondays & Fridays - Pay what you wish. IDNYC holders can visit for Free. More info here: www.eldridgestreet.org
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