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Jewish Museum Berlin

Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 25993300
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This new museum, housed in a remarkable building designed to intimidate visitors, features dynamic exhibits on Jewish culture in Germany, particularly during the reign of the Third Reich.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good24%
  • Average12%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 20:00
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Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
Kreuzberg
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Reviewed yesterday

No doubt the elderly and disabled are able to view the various floors and exhibits in the Liebeskind addition to this museum, but probably not easily. One walks up, down and around on uneven floors (akin to the bunny sloop at a ski resort), purposely...More

Thank Steven T
Reviewed 2 days ago

This museum is great when visited in tandem with the Topography of Terror as it gives a different viewpoint of the atrocities committed in WWII. My only criticism is that to access the main museum part you have to wander through a quite uninteresting section...More

Thank Thomas F
Reviewed 5 days ago

Price is only 3 euros for students, which is fantastically good value. Museum provides an interesting & insightful insight into German Jewish history, focusing not only on Nazi persecution, but also the rich history beforehand and afterwards. Also had an interesting temporary exhibition on headscarfs...More

Thank Joseph P
Reviewed 6 days ago

This museum in its wonderful building by David Liebeskind is an almost overwhelming experience even for a gentile. However, the displays are carefully considered to explain the history of European Jewish life (and, alas, death) as well as conveying the history and impact of the...More

Thank AlixAuckland
Reviewed 6 days ago

The fact that there is a modern museum showing 1000 years of Jewish life in Germany is important. The museum is impressive, especially the new building, but it's a lot to take in.

Thank Yigal L
Reviewed 1 week ago

The building was designed by Libeskind, and as so often happens with famous architects, it is more of a celebration of the architect than of the history it contains. Little tricks like drawers that contain letters, winding corridors around pillars, dark staircases climbing towards heaven......More

Thank Bryce
Reviewed 1 week ago

Was hoping to come out of this museum, deeply affected and moved but just came away frustrated and bored. The whole layout is so confusing you just lose interest. Even a staff member admitted to me the layout was muddled. I didnt learn anything and...More

Thank bridgetc501
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Came here on a recommendation from a friend. Couldn't believe the rude welcome from staff - it's 8€ a person entry, but a family ticket is 14€ so asked if we could buy that and were told firmly no (seems a bit silly that if...More

Thank Cld888
Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting building architecturally, beautiful and moving exhibition. An essential stop when touring Berlin.

Thank nemanja1205
Reviewed 1 week ago

We've been fortunate enough to have visited a number of Jewish museums. This one ranks as the best in our view. We spent about 4 hours there and could easily have spent more. The presentation and layout are very compelling and interesting.

Thank SusanLLosAngeles
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BrianJonesAngel
4 July 2017|
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Response from kiera1999 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I only saw bathrooms on the ground floor as you go in, and once inside the museum it is not easy to exit, you have to go all the way to the start or the end. Also there are only three toilets, one male one female and... More
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Response from eddypittman | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is and their are guides available throughout to help
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