The Museum at Eldridge Street is housed in the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue. Built in 1887, it is an architectural marvel and a symbol of immigrant aspirations realized. The grand building was nearly lost to neglect in the mid-20th century before the Museum’s massive restoration project returned the space to glory and public use. The Museum at Eldridge Street tells the story of the 19th-century Eldridge Street Synagogue and the Jewish immigrants who built it. Adults: $15; Students and Seniors: $10; Children 5-17: $8; ‘Pay What You Wish’ admission is offered Mondays & Fridays.