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Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Yves Sucksdorff
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Außenansicht des Jüdischen Museums Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Thomas Bruns
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
Illustrationen: Andree Volkmann, Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Roman März
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Yves Sucksdorff
Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Roman März

The Jewish Museum Berlin is Europe's largest Jewish museum. The zigzag-shaped museum building by Daniel Libeskind translates German-Jewish history into an impressive architectural design language. The heart of the museum, the permanent exhibition, reopened in August 2020 after two years of renovation. With a different focus and new scenography, it conveys Jewish history, culture and the present in Germany. The chronological tour is supplemented by insights that approach diverse topics from a Jewish perspective. Is there a specifically Jewish art? What is the sound of Judaism? In addition to original objects, a variety of audiovisual media, virtual reality, art installations, interactive games and hands-on stations can be seen.

Opening hours,

  • Monday-Sunday 10:00 - 19:00
Last entry

18:00

  • 24. December closed

Location,

Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin

Telephone,

+49 (30) 25 99 33 00

Fax,

+49 (30) 25 99 34 09

Website,

www.jmberlin.de

Email,

[javascript protected email address]

Prices,

Admission price 8,00 €

Our core exhibition can be visited free of charge, along with other exhibition areas, with the exception of temporary exhibitions. Tickets for temporary exhibitions in the Old Building cost 8 €, reduced price tickets are 3 €. Children and young people under the age of 18 can enter free of charge. Please note: book your tickets online for a specific time slot! 

Reduced price 3,00 €

Reduced rate students with school ID, university students, members of the German Federal Volunteer Service, recipients of unemployment benefit I (“ALG I”), people with severe disabilities (minimum of 50 percent) – with ID or documentation Free admission: • Children (under 18 years of age) • Members of the Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin • Holders of a berlinpass and recipients of government benefits (unemployment benefit II [“ALG II”], welfare, basic security benefits or benefits in accordance with the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum Seekers) – with documentation • Companions of visitors with severe disabilities, recognized as medically necessary • Members of the Deutscher Museumbund (German Museum League) or ICOM • Journalists

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Exhibitions

Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Roman März

Jewish Life in Germany: Past and Present

The new core exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin

© Yael Bartana

Yael Bartana – Redemption Now

Exhibition

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Frédéric Brenner – ZERHEILT – HEALED TO PIECES

A Photographic Essay by Frédéric Brenner

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

"We dreamed of nothing than Enlightenment"

Moses Mendelssohn in His Time – Exhibition Preview

Events

Jewish Museum Berlin

In conversation with Eva Schloss

Eyewitness Talk on Holocaust Remembrance Day

Videostream, Lecture, talk

© Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Yves Sucksdorff
Raum­ansicht „Yael Bartana – Redemption Now". Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Yves Sucksdorff

Jewish Museum Berlin

Exploring "Yael Bartana – Redemption Now"

Guided Tour in German

Guided Tour

Foto: Roman März

Jewish Museum Berlin

Religion and Ritual

Public Tour in German

Guided Tour

Jewish Museum Berlin

Do You Eat Insects? – Forbidden Animals in Judaism and Hinduism

Perspectives on Religious Food Regulations – Dialogical Lecture Series (In-person and via Livestream in German)

Videostream, Lecture, talk

Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Roman März

Jewish Museum Berlin

Highlights of the Core Exhibition

Public Tour in German

Guided Tour

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Jewish Museum Berlin

Hevrutha: Zerheilen – Healing To Pieces. Memory/Place

Program Accompanying the Exhibition “Frédéric Brenner – ZERHEILT: HEALED TO PIECES” (On Site and Livestreamed, in German)

Digital Workshop, Workshop

Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Roman März

Jewish Museum Berlin

Highlights of the Core Exhibition

Public Tour in English

Guided Tour

Foto: Adam Baker, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr

Jewish Museum Berlin

Jews along the Silk Road

Inter­national Conference on Migration Routes, Entangled Spaces, and In-between Positions

Lecture, talk

Jüdisches Museum Berlin, erworben mit Unterstützung der Freunde des Jüdischen Museums Berlin

Jewish Museum Berlin

Exploring the Exhibition Frédéric Brenner – ZERHEILT: HEALED TO PIECES

Guided Tour in German

Guided Tour

Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Yves Sucksdorff
The image depicts the centerpiece of the exhibition Yael Bartana – Redemption Now: the video artwork Malka Germania, which is Hebrew for “Queen Germany.” The three-channel video is projected on a curved, eight-meter wide panoramic wall. A gap in the same wall leads to what is called the “Malka Depot,” where sculptures of Malka Germania and her accompanying eagle can be found; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Yves Sucksdorff

Jewish Museum Berlin

Redemption Now – A Dialogue Tour for Visitors Who Are Blind or Have Limited Vision

Public tour for adults (in German)

Guided Tour

Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Yves Sucksdorff

Jewish Museum Berlin

Highlights of the New Core Exhibition

Guided Tour (90 minutes)

Bookable group offer

© Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Jewish Museum Berlin

Highlights of the New Core Exhibition

Guided Tour (60 minutes)

Bookable group offer

© Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Jewish Museum Berlin

Religion and Ritual

Guided Tour

Bookable group offer

Digital

COLLECTION ONLINE

Online exhibitions

Tickets

Admission price

8,00 €

Our core exhibition can be visited free of charge, along with other exhibition areas, with the exception of temporary exhibitions. Tickets for temporary exhibitions in the Old Building cost 8 €, reduced price tickets are 3 €. Children and young people under the age of 18 can enter free of charge. Please note: book your tickets online for a specific time slot! 

Reduced price

3,00 €

Reduced rate students with school ID, university students, members of the German Federal Volunteer Service, recipients of unemployment benefit I (“ALG I”), people with severe disabilities (minimum of 50 percent) – with ID or documentation Free admission: • Children (under 18 years of age) • Members of the Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin • Holders of a berlinpass and recipients of government benefits (unemployment benefit II [“ALG II”], welfare, basic security benefits or benefits in accordance with the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum Seekers) – with documentation • Companions of visitors with severe disabilities, recognized as medically necessary • Members of the Deutscher Museumbund (German Museum League) or ICOM • Journalists

Family ticket

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Member of Museumspass Berlin

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Services

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

Accessibility

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Audioguides

In German, English.