Jewish Museum Berlin Closed

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Jüdisches Museum Berlin. Foto: Jens Ziehe, Berlin

The Jewish Museum Berlin (Jüdisches Museum Berlin) is Europe’s largest Jewish museum. The zig-zag shaped building designed by Daniel Libeskind expresses Jewish-German history through impressive architectural symbolism. After a two-year reconstruction, the core exhibition reopens in 2020. With new focus and scenography, it presents Jewish history, culture and present life in Germany. The chronological tour is complemented by cultural insights, which approach a variety of topics from Jewish perspectives. Is there a distinctive Jewish art? Which sounds does Judaism have? In addition to original objects, visitors can engage in a variety of audio-visual media, virtual reality, art installations, interactive games and hands-on-stations. The museum will remain closed until the reopening. Please visit our website for the latest information. 

Jewish Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9-14
10969 Berlin

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Monday -Sunday

From Saturday, 14 March 2020, the Jewish Museum Berlin will be closed to visitors until further notice. Regrettably, the corona pandemic has caused delays in the construction of the new exhibition. We will inform you of the opening date as soon as possible.

24. December
9. September 2020
20. September 2020
28. September 2020
Admission price
8,00 €

for all exhibitions

Reduced price
3,00 €

Discounted admission (valid ID required) applies for: students, university
students, volunteers (Federal Volunteer Service),
recipients of unemployment benefit I (“ALG I”),
severely disabled people (minimum of 50 percent).

Family ticket (2 adults, up to 4 children): 14 euros

Free admission (valid ID required):
• Children up to the age of 6
• Members of the Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin
• Recipients of unemployment benefit II (“ALG II”)
• Recipients of basic security benefits or benefits
accordance with the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum Seekers
• Person accompanying a disabled person if specified in severe disability ID
• Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and members of the German Museums Association (DMB)
• Members of the press

Family ticket

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Member of Museumspass Berlin

Museum Shop, Restaurant, Cafe, Library, Archive, Diaper changing table

  • well-equipped for visual impairments well-equipped for visual impairments
  • limited suitability for people with hearing impairments limited suitability for people with hearing impairments
  • good wheelchair accessibility good wheelchair accessibility
  • limited wheelchair-friendly WC facilities limited wheelchair-friendly WC facilities
  • good wheelchair-friendly lift good wheelchair-friendly lift
  • Parking for disabled persons Parking for disabled persons

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