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Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin Entrance Ticket

Entry ticket

Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin Entrance Ticket

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Visit Europe’s largest Jewish museum, housed in a symbolic zig-zag shaped building. Explore the new core exhibition presenting the history of Judaism in Germany.

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Duration 2 hours
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  • Explore the Jewish history in Germany, from the middle ages to now
  • Delve into the diversity of Jewish culture
  • Find out about dietary laws, Shabbat, Jewish holidays and more
  • Experience architecture rich in symbolism
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Let the largest Jewish museum in Europe impress you with its symbolic architecture and exceptional exhibitions. Discover how the zig-zag-shaped building designed by Daniel Libeskind creates its own language for Jewish history in Germany, with slanting walls, sharp angles, and gaping voids. The new core exhibition “Jewish Life in Germany: Past & Present” spans from the beginning of the early middle ages to the present day. During the chronological tour, a large space is dedicated to National Socialism and the time since the end of WWII. The exhibition alternates between historical periods and cultural insights. What is sacred in Judaism? Is there specific Jewish art? How do people practice Judaism in today’s society? Alongside the treasures of the museum’s collection including everyday objects and art, there are video and audio installations. There are also interactive stations that provide surprising insights. The museum is located centrally in the vibrant district of Berlin-Kreuzberg and is within walking distance from Checkpoint Charlie. With your JMB ticket, you are eligible to receive reduced-rate admission to the neighboring Berlinische Galerie on the day of your museum visit and the two following days. The Berlinische Galerie is only a 5 min stroll away from the JMB.

Special Exhibition (ticket required): From January 25th to May 1st, 2023 is showing hosting a special exhibition. The JMB’s Paris Magnétique. 1905-1940 is the first large-scale show in Germany dedicated to Jewish artists of the “School of Paris.” In ten chapters and around 120 works, it traces the ways in which migrant, often marginalized, positions within the Parisian avant-garde have shaped present-day ideas of Western modernist art. Visitors will see works by both celebrated and less well-known artists, including Marc Chagall, Amedeo Modigliani, Chana Orloff, Sonia Delaunay, Jacques Lipchitz, and others.

  • Entrance fee
  • Free download of the JMP app
  • Food and drinks
  • Parking fees
  • Transportation to and from the museum
  • Guided/audio tour

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Meeting point

Please go to the main entrance of the Jewish Museum Berlin

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What to bring

  • Headphones

Know before you go

  • The museum closes daily at 7:00 PM. The average visit duration is 2 hours.
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Very humbling experience, first floor gives you a sense of what Jewish people went through. The noise throughput the museum is unnerving. The exhibition of the crumbled stories are heartfelt. I did a lot o tourist things in Berlin but this wIll stay with me for a long time. DEFINITELY A MUST FOR PEOPLE INTERESTED IN EEISH HISTORY.

January 14, 2023

Exceptional place of memory. The bias of the architecture invites a deep reflection on the totalitarian mechanics and the gears of terror. The museography is extraordinary in the first sense of the word, it is conducive to creating a climate of reflection or even introspection on the deep meaning of the duty to remember. Beyond this perspective, the museum contains treasures of information on the history and identity of Jewishness in a country like Germany and beyond in all the countries that suffered from the Holocaust at most deep in their soul. To visit absolutely, plan at least two to three hours.

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January 6, 2023

il museo è molto caratteristico e spiega molte cose riguardanti gli ebrei che non tutti sanno, dalle tradizioni e dalla cultura fino alla creazione e distruzione dei campi di concentramento. Esperienza molto toccante e particolare, consigliato soprattutto perché è gratuito, si possono lasciare le giacche e gli effetti personali presso il guardaroba (anch'esso gratuito) e la guida interattiva scaricabile sul proprio smartphone tramite app permette di capire appieno ogni elemento che si trova all'interno del museo.

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December 29, 2022

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