Jüdisches Museum Berlin

How to get here

U1, U3, U6 Hallesches Tor
U6 Kochstraße
Bus 248, N42 Jüdisches Museum, M29 Lindenstraße/Ecke Oranienstraße, M41 Zossener Brücke

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Short Facts

in 1998 by Daniel Libeskind (new building), 1735 as Collegienhaus for the Prussian Court of Appeal (old building)
in 1978 as Jewish section of the Berlin Museum, 1999 as a separate museum in its own right
in 2001, new permanent exhibition in 2020
Exhibition space
2 360 m²
What to see
Objects bearing witness to Jewish history in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present, objects from Jewish religion and culture
Definitely don’t miss
the lower level of the Libeskind building with the axes and the exile garden
Must listen to
the sound of the shofar, the chanting of prayer, klezmer and Israeli pop music in the sound room of the permanent exhibition
Don't miss trying out
the interactive wall with objects from family archives in the permanent exhibition
many works by contemporary artists are integrated into the permanent exhibition


Special Exhibitions


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