Jüdisches Museum

Jüdisches Museum information

Berlin , Germany
Street Lindenstrasse 9-14
+49 30 2599 3300
Getting there
subway Hallesches Tor, Kochstrasse
More information
adult/concession €5/2.50
Opening hours
10am-10pm Mon, to 8pm Tue-Sun, last admission 1hr before closing
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Lonely Planet review

In a landmark building by American-Polish architect Daniel Libeskind, Berlin's Jewish Museum offers a chronicle of the trials and triumphs in 2000 years of Jewish history in Germany. The exhibit smoothly navigates through all major periods, from the Middle Ages via the Enlightenment to the community's current renaissance. Find out about Jewish cultural contributions, holiday traditions, the difficult road to emancipation and outstanding individuals such as the philosopher Moses Mendelssohn, jeans inventor Levi Strauss and the painter Felix Nussbaum.