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Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin Entrance 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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Wheelchair accessible


  • 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
Full description

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. Your ticket also includes entry to the temporary exhibition, Yael Bartana - Redemption Now. Discover the early and recent works of this contemporary video artist, which explores ideas of identity, memory politics, nations, and social movements. Her best-known work, “And Europe Will Be Stunned”, is also on display. 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.

  • Entrance fee
  • Free download of the JMP app
  • Food and drinks
  • Parking fees
  • Transportation to and from the museum
  • Guided/audio tour
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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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.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 394 reviews

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So that was a great experience. It finally worked out for me to get to the museum, right after a long train ride and unfortunately we didn't see everything there - almost to the point of exhaustion. The new building has shown that normal, i.e. square buildings make sense, but that asymmetrical ones have a high appeal. I took a lot of photos and immersed myself in the Jewish religion. My husband tried to write our names in Jewish. It's extremely difficult, he says. We should have had a lot more time for that, which just means that next time we're in Berlin, we'll have to visit again. Unfortunately we couldn't see the oil paintings and other things anymore. But we are enthusiastic and think that it is very important to open up the Jewish religion and its peculiarities so that we can get an idea of it. Thank you Karin Steike

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August 4, 2022

We really liked the Jewish Museum. The number of visitors was controlled in such a way that there were no major traffic jams. The museum shows the full brutality of the Holocaust in a matter-of-fact way that still creates a feeling of anxiety and sadness about what happened. Something like this must never happen again, but I fear it will.

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July 7, 2022

The museum itself presents the life of the Jewish people through the very construction and interior design. For people interested in history visiting Berlin, this should be one of the first directions. It presents the stories of Jews, their culture, achievements, but also the struggle and destruction of the social fat, just because it is.

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April 25, 2022

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