Planning Your Visit

Opening hours, directions, admission prices, and additional information for visitors

Außenansicht des Jüdischen Museums Berlin: Altbau und Libeskind-Bau im Abendlicht, (Blick von der Lindenstraße)

Visiting the Exhibition

Monday 10 am–10 pm
Tuesday to Sunday 10 am–8 pm

All exhibitions are reached via the main entrance to the old building.

When planning your visit, please leave enough time for the security checks at the entrance.

Last entry for the exhibitions is one hour before the museum closes.

Please note that the Eric F. Ross-Galerie will be closed for a few weeks starting Monday, 28 August. The installation will not be accessible to visitors during this time.

Der Eingang der W. Michael Blumenthal Akademie des Jüdischen Museums Berlin

W. Michael Blumenthal Academy

Monday, Wednesday 10 am–7 pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10 am–6 pm

The W. Michael Blumenthal Academy is located on the other side of the street (across from the Libeskind building).

Inside you will find the Diaspora Garden.

Library and Reading Room

Monday, Wednesday 12 noon–7 pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10 am–5 pm

The library is reached via the entrance to the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy.

Admission Prices

Museum ticket (for all exhibitions) 8 euros
reduced 3 euros
Family ticket (2 adults, up to 4 children) 14 euros
Children up to 6 years Free

Tickets for an exhibition visit can only be purchased at the museum cash desk.

All prices, discounts, and offers at a glance

A selection of cookies and cakes, a coffee machine in the background

Food & Drinks

Time for a break? Café Schmus run by Kofler & Kompanie offers a wide selection of snacks, meals and drinks in a relaxing atmosphere.

In nice weather, you can enjoy your food outside in the garden. The café is accessible without an entrance ticket.

Exhibition spaces: map and flyer

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English/not barrier-free

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Reading room: map and flyer

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German/not barrier-free

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Current Exhibitions

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Directions

You can get to the museum using public transportation:
U-Bahn station Hallesches Tor (U1, U6)
U-Bahn station Kochstraße (U6)
Bus stop Jüdisches Museum (Berlin Transit Authority route map line 248)
Bus stop Lindenstraße/Ecke Oranienstraße (Berlin Transit Authority route map line M29)
Bus stop Zossener Brücke (Berlin Transit Authority route map line M41)

This is only limited parking near the museum.

Directly in front of the entrance of the Jewish Museum Berlin, there are two parking spaces for visitors with disabled parking permits ("Blue Badges").
Nearly the entire exhibition space is accessible to wheelchair users. There is only one small area within the permanent exhibition that can solely be reached via stairs.

Closed

21 and 22 September 2017 (Rosh ha-Shanah)
30 September 2017 (Yom Kippur)
11 November 2017 (Anniversary Dinner)
24 December 2017 (Christmas Eve)

Contacting the Museum

Mail Jewish Museum Berlin, Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin
Telephone +49 (0)30 259 93 300
Fax +49 (0)30 259 93 409
Online General inquiry
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Question/feedback about visiting the museum
We offer a multisensory architecture tour for people with visual impairments, which takes place four times a year and can also be reserved for groups.
You can borrow an audio guide with information about the architecture and the permanent exhibition for 3 euros. The audio tours are offered in eight different languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Russian, and Japanese.
Taking pictures and videos inside the museum is permitted as long as it's for purely personal use. However, you may not use tripods, flash, or selfie sticks.
Unfortunately, the museum does not currently offer free WiFi. There is, however, a hotspot provided by Deutsche Telekom.
All exhibition areas are accessible to strollers with the exception of one small area of the permanent exhibition which is reachable by a staircase.
At the museum, the coat check staff are responsible for lost and found items.
The shop near our museum's entrance carries numerous books, posters, postcards, original souvenirs, Judaica, and holiday supplies such as Hanukkah candles.
Unfortunately, bringing pets to the museum is not permitted, with the exception of assistance dogs such as seeing-eye dogs.
The entire permanent exhibition is designed to be family-friendly with playful, hands-on elements so that parents can experience the museum together with their children. We also offer special programs for children aged 6 and up.
Schmus, the museum café, always offers a rotating vegetarian or vegan dish (or soup of the day). Vegetarians and vegans will also find plenty to eat at the salad bar.

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