The Mikvah in Great Neck began as a project of the Great Neck Synagogue and has developed into a vibrant institution that attracts broad community support. It was built in 1966 when the foundation of what is currently our main synagogue was laid. The process of raising the necessary funds to properly design and construct the Mikvah took three years and in 1971 the Mikvah was incorporated as an independent organization and opened for full time use. It was staffed by volunteers from the community and served the needs of women throughout the North Shore. In 1982 a major fund raising effort was undertaken to renovate the Mikvah and to make it as beautiful as it was functional. In 1985 the newly renovated Mikvah was opened and dedicated in memory of Belle Goldwyn, who together with her husband Solomon S. Goldwyn was a major force in planning and building the original Mikvah. With the explosive growth of women using the Mikvah, constant renovations and updates are taking place to maintain the Mikvah at the highest standards of halacha and aesthetics. The hours of use of the Mikvah are available on the tape recorded message. Please call (516) 487-2726 for more information.
Sunday-Thursday : Varies by season. Please call for details.
Friday - Appointment only; call Shirin early on in the week to schedule time 516-359-7826.
Motzaei Shabbos - 45 minutes after conclusion of Shabbos
Fee - $30.00, Tipping is optional
For further information call: Ilana Kroll (516) 829-3122
Malka Ismach (917) 373 - 4883