Middle Street Synagogue
Historic Jewish Brighton.
Middle Street Synagogue stands alongside The Brighton Pavillion and The West Pier as part of the fabric of Brighton & Hove. Now, a Grade II Listed building, Middle Street is open to the public for Heritage Days and community events.
Middle Street Synagogue was opened in 1875 to meet the needs of the expanding Jewish Community and provide a new communal focal point, even incorporating a schoolhouse behind the main building. A great many illustrious names from the 19th century were connected with the place, as a result of the interior soon became an exemplary high point of the Victorian applied arts.
We welcome you to experience Middle Street for yourself. Find out about our upcoming open days and community events.
Learn how Middle Street Synagogue played a vital role in the Jewish community of Brighton & Hove.
Our much loved historical home is in need of repair and restoration. We welcome your donations and support.