Eldridge Street Synagogue
Meticulously restored over the course of a decade, this beloved Moorish Revival landmark on the Lower East Side has a soaring 70-foot ceiling and stunning sanctuary. Completed in 1887 by Eastern European Jews, the synagogue served as a cultural and spiritual home to generations of new immigrants. An on-site interactive museum explores the Lower East Side's beginnings. Guided tours of the synagogue are free with paid admission to the interactive museum.