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Since opening its doors in 2001, the Jewish Museums Berlin has joined the ranks of Europe’s leading museums. Its exhibitions and permanent collection, educational activities, and diverse program of events make the museum a vibrant center of...more
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Lindenstrasse 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
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This museum puts some of the work onto the visitor to 'feel' and 'experience' their way through some areas. You will find some exhibits such as spotlights (replicating those experienced by inmates) and the area where you walk (crunch) down a concreted tunnel with iron...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited the Jewish Museum on a whim, stumbling across it on our search for the Berlinische Galerie, and as the entry was included in our Museum Pass ticket we decided to go inside. I am so glad we did. The exhibition and the architecture...More

1  Thank Heather M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We expected as our guide book suggested a history of Jews in Berlin since the Middle Ages. We saw nothing of this. Some ‘open spaces ‘ for you to ‘visualise’. A concrete room. Trees growing out of concrete tubes… There were a few Jewish artefacts...More

Thank Diane C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a must visit if you are interested in Jewish history. Great presentations and explanations. Fantastic visuals, photos, memories and relics of Jewish lives. Very balanced presentation of all religions involved in Jerusalem and given we had been to Jerusalem this year, very relevant....More

Thank Marty507
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Jewish Museum was a site I was really looking forward to. Judaism was a death sentence in Germany during the war years and here is a museum dedicated the period before and after that segment of history. Sadly, this was a major disappointment. Instead...More

Thank w1sj
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Visited today, had to ask about wheelchair entrance as at first glance there is just a revolving door which is suitable for able bodied people. The actual exhibits were interesting. A previous poster who is architect mentioned all these features that literally passed me by....More

Thank ak47leic
Reviewed 6 days ago

Go and see the installation Ganzfeld »Aural« by James Turrell. It's a a great experience. It plays with your senses, it's interesting and beautiful.

Thank mulciber2018
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum was nice. The design by the architect was beautiful, and thoughtful. My favorite was the Libeskind part of the museum. I think, if interested in Holocaust history, this tells a unique story using primary resources, firsthand documents,and artifacts to show stories. Despite the...More

Thank 22alexandria
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is no denying that the architecture of the building is amazing but thats where it ends. Security is tight at this place- you need to walk through metal detectors, have your bag x-rayed then you have to leave them in the cloakroom. This is...More

Thank M W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Not worth going to. The bulk of the museum is closed. It’s supposed to be the Jewish museum but all that’s on display is artefacts from Jerusalem. Asked for a refund at the reception on instruction of one of the other staff members and they...More

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Berlin's revolutionary heart and immigrant roots can
both be found in Kreuzberg, but this central
neighbourhood is beginning a new chapter. In the
1950s and '60s, Turkish guest workers settled around
Kottbusser Tor, while in the 1980s and '90s,
rambunctious squatters and artists gathered to live a
carefree life here. An old hospital even became a
hotspot of riots between squatters and police. Today
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5 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
20 September 2016|
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It is far from easy access with wheelchair as there are so many different levels and not easy at all to move from elevator to another one.
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