View of the sanctuary

Sandys Row Synagogue

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4a Sandys Row, E1 7HW
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Bookshop, Refreshments, Toilets
Hidden gem in the heart of London. Built originally as a Huguenot chapel in 1763, this extraordinary building has been in continuous use as a synagogue since 1860. Oldest Ashkenazi synagogue in London and the third oldest in the country.

Access

Sunday 23rd

Open 11am–4pm

(max visitors 60)

group
  • Tours of the synagogue by acclaimed author Rachel Lichtenstein every 60 mins (11am-3pm) max 20 per tour
event
  • Our Hidden Histories Film (Film), capacity 15

Design

Original design
Unknown, 1763
Refurbishment
Nathan Solomon Joseph, 1867
Type
Religious
Period
Georgian