Museum at Eldridge Street

Facility Access Information

Main Entrance
4 stairs amd 1 rail
Accessible Entrance
The building is fulling accessible from the street. The Access Entrance is the on north of the building and can be reached without taking any stairs.
Accessible Restrooms
Some restrooms are accessible
Accessible Restroom Location
Lower Level
Segways Allowed
Service Animals
Tours and Scheduled Programs
In Touch with History, a program designed for people that are blind or partially sighted, is available by appointment. During this multi-sensory tour, artifacts, music, and special materials bring the story of the 1887 Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue to life.

To schedule or obtain additional information, contact Director of Education, Miriam Bader at or 212.219.0302x2.
Our Access Programs Use
Verbal Description Tours
Touch Tours
Original touchable objects
Touch objects (replicas, facsimiles, props)
Tactile diagrams
Verbal descriptions
Art-making activities
Hands-on classroom activities
Drama and movement
Music and sound
Located within the National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, the Museum at Eldridge Street captures the imaginations of people of all faiths, nationalities, ages and experiences. Nearly lost over time, this magnificent Moorish-revivial structure has been meticulously restored to its original evocative grandeur. Tours, exhibits and public and educational programs explore architecture and historic preservation, immigrant history, and Jewish life.