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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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Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 25993300
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Reviewed yesterday

This is my second visit in the museum. The first time was something like 4 years ago and they made a huge change in the content and feeling. Now, it is full with content yet the points were one gets an intense feeling of first...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A carefully curated museum that looks at themes such as exile and persecution as well as a more chronological history of Judaism in Germany. The exhibition on women's hair and coverings gave an excellent insight into the dangers of targeting a visible minority. Well worth...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Again allow time. I allowed 3 hours but missed a sign on the way so was late finding it. Much to read, see, and many interactivities to do. History of the Jews, diaspora, waxing and waning of fortunes, Hitler, Jews in science, lifestyle, loss. The...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Jewish history of Berlin as told through photos, essays, objects, and replicas of ancient artifacts. Reaching back before Christ to recent times, the museum has a richness of history that stirs emotions and meditative thought to all visitors.

Thank Maurice W
Reviewed 4 days ago

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 4 days ago

Everything in this museum, from the exterior shape to the oddly cambered corridors are designed to make you feel as unsettled as the Jews in their 20th century persecution. The holocaust tower and garden of exile are very moving and the gardens are lovely. Don't...More

Thank Peter S
Reviewed 5 days ago

I really enjoyed this museum. I found it to be informative but more than that I found it to be moving. I studied history and did not expect to really learn too much more but this museum gave a human perspective that is often missing...More

Thank Danise S
Reviewed 5 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 1 week 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 1 week 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

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Berlin's revolutionary heart and immigrant roots can
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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
19 September 2016|
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Response from eddypittman | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is and their are guides available throughout to help
21 May 2016|
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