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Access: Stained Glass Verbal Description Tour

July 18, 6 pm7 pm.
Free (Can pay as you wish)
Partial view of the Kiki Smith Window with Center Star

This tour of the Museum at Eldridge Street’s stained glass windows is designed for people who are blind or have low vision.

Stained glass windows bring beauty, light, air, and grandeur to any space. Our synagogue is no exception. Since the Eldridge Street Synagogue opened in 1887, our stained glass windows, from the historic Rose Window to the modern East Window designed by Kiki Smith and Deborah Gans, have been a central design feature of the building. Join the Museum’s Senior Manager for Education and Accessibility, Scott Brevda, for a special verbal description tour of the Synagogue’s stained glass windows and explore their role in one of the most historic synagogues in the United States.

Please see the Zoom link in your order confirmation email. This program is entirely virtual.


236 Kane Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231 United States