Jüdisches Museum Berlin (Jewish Museum Berlin)
The Jewish Museum Berlin takes its visitors on a journey through two millennia of German-Jewish history. Through pictures and texts, art and objects from daily life, media terminals and interactive elements, the historical permanent exhibition tells of Jewish culture in Germany and the difficult relationship between Jews and non-Jews.
A selection of themes are covered in further detail: Temporary cultural and historical exhibitions, show-case exhibitions, contemporary art installations, and multimedia stories at the Rafael Roth Learning Center are devoted to aspects of German-Jewish history from the Middle Ages to the present.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
- Text: Jüdisches Museum Berlin
- Photos: Kaj Metz
Address and contactinformation
- Lindenstraße 9-14
- +49 (0)3025993300
- +49 (0)3025993409
- WWII grade:
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- Luftschutzraum/Dokumentenbunker Tempelhof
- Silent Heroes Memorial Centre
- Berliner Unterwelten (Air Raid Shelter Brunnenstraße)
Point of interest
- Kleiner Bunkerberg (Leitturm Friedrichshain)
- Water Tower Heinersdorf
- Bullet Impacts in Facade National Paintings Museum
- German War Graves Georgen-Parochial-Friedhof II
- German War Graves Heinersdorf
- German War Grave Plötzensee
- Stumbling Stones Genthiner Straße 14
- Stumbling Stones Carmerstraße 10
- Stumbling Stones Mommsenstraße 45