Lange Nacht der Museen Berlin 31.8.2019

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

How to get here

U1, U6, Bus M29, M41, 248

Informations about accessibility

Short Facts

Built
1998 by Daniel Libeskind (new building), 1735 as Collegienhaus for the Prussian Court of Appeal (old building)
Founded
1978 as Jewish section of the Berlin Museum, 1999 as a separate museum in its own right
Opened
2001
Exhibition space
2360 m²
What to see
special exhibitions “A for Jewish” and “This Place”, light installations by James Turrell and Mischa Kuball (the permanent exhibition is currently being renewed)
Definitely don’t miss
the lower level of the Libeskind building with the axes and the exile garden

EVENTS AT THIS LOCATION

Special Exhibitions