Jewish Museum of Berlin

Highly recommended
The fragmented design of the construction designed by Daniel Libeskind is intended to symbolise the extermination of Jewish-German culture. The permanent exhibition relates the history of Jews in Germany. It focuses on the role played by Jews in the development of Berlin from the 18C-20C and also on the Shoah, which occupies a major portion of the exhibition. Closer to home, it illustrates the growth of Berlin's Jewish community due to immigration from Russia in particular.

Useful information

Address : 

Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin

Price:

8 €

Opening hours

daily 10am-8pm (Mon 10pm) - closed during Jewish hols and 24 Dec - in Summer, free jazz concerts Sun 11am-1pm

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