The Museum at Eldridge Street is a non-sectarian cultural organization housed in the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue. Built in 1887, the glorious building was the first house of worship in America built by Eastern European Jewish immigrants. After a 20 year, $20 million dollar restoration, the building is a city, state and National Historic Landmark. Today, exhibits, tours, concerts and educational programs tell the story of Jewish immigrant life at the turn of the last century, explore architecture and historic preservation, inspire reflection on cultural continuity, and foster inter-group collaboration and exchange.