he Beth Sholom Synagogue Preservation Foundation, a non-sectarian, not-for-profit (501(c)3) organization, was created to preserve the Beth Sholom Synagogue, a National Historic Landmark. Beth Sholom (opened in 1959) is the only synagogue designed by the great American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and was recognized shortly after his death by the American Institute of Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of his seventeen most important projects. The Foundation’s mission is to preserve the Wright-designed building, furniture, and landscape setting to the highest standards possible and to tell the story of this great American synagogue to a wide variety of audiences.


Beth Sholom Congregation is a functioning synagogue and vibrant community.

Please be advised:
There may be last minute changes to our schedule


2017

Wednesday, October 4 - 10am Only
Thursday - Friday, October 5-6 - CLOSED

Wednesday, October 11 - 10am Only
Thursday - Friday, October 12 & 13 - CLOSED

Thanksgiving Day, November 23 - CLOSED
Friday, November 24 - OPEN

Monday, December 25 - CLOSED

2018
January and February - Tours by Appt Only

Thursday - Sunday, March 29 - April 1 - CLOSED
Friday, April 6 - CLOSED

Sunday - Monday, May 20-21 - CLOSED
Monday, May 28 - CLOSED

July and August - Tours by Appt Only

Sunday - Tuesday, September 9 - 11 - CLOSED

Tuesday, September 18 - 10am Only
Wednesday, September 19 - CLOSED

Sunday, September 23 - 10am Only
Monday - Tuesday, September 24 - 25 - CLOSED

Sunday - September 30 - 10am
Monday - Tuesday, October 1 - 2 - CLOSED

Thanksgiving Day, November 22 - CLOSED
Friday, November 23 - OPEN

Tuesday, December 25 - CLOSED

2019
January and February - Tours by Appt Only
July and August - Tours by Appt Only


No Saturday Tours in observance of the Sabbath