The Jewish Museum Berlin ( Jüdisches Museum Berlin) was opened in 2001 and is the largest Jewish museum in Europe. On 3,500 square metres (38,000 square feet) of floor space, the museum presents the history of Jews in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present day, with new focuses and new scenography.
Current exhibitions, online features, events, and news—you can use our website to plan your visit to the Jewish Museum Berlin and immerse yourself in our digital museum. Discover biographies, objects and their history, as well as the diversity of contemporary Jewish life in Germany.
Are you planning a visit to the Jewish Museum Berlin? Then you probably want to know when the museum is open, how much tickets cost, and how you can buy them. This page contains important information about visits, museum holidays, our audio guide, and guided tours.
Tip: Jewish Life in Germany - Past and Present. Permanent exhibition. The new permanent exhibition in the Libeskind Building of the Jewish Museum Berlin informs about the history of the Jews in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present on 3500 square meters. more.
The Jewish Museum Berlin is one of the outstanding institutions on the European museum landscape. Its new core exhibition that opened in 2020, its temporary exhibitions, collections, events program and the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy, as well as its digital and educational offerings make the museum is a vibrant place for dialog and reflection ...
Jewish Museum Berlin, museum in Berlin showcasing German Jewish cultural history and works of art. The Jewish Museum is among Germany’s most-visited museums and commemorates the history of German Jews. The museum opened in 2001 in a building designed by Daniel Libeskind.