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Bookable programs for current exhibitions and beyond
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Recommended reading for children and young people
Students in grades 8 to 10 submitted contest entries about Jewish life, past and present.
A Digital City Walk past Sites of Resistance in Kreuzberg
School groups can visit a variety of tours and workshops at the museum.
Guided tour for children aged 6-11 on Jerusalem's religious significance
Guided tour for children aged 10-11 on Jerusalem's historical development
Guided tour on the cultural history of Jerusalem's walls, for children aged 10-11
Tour and baking workshop, for children aged 6-11
Workshop about Immigration – for School Groups
Workshop for School Groups (Ages 6-11) on Libeskind's Architecture
Free Events for »Welcome Classes«
School groups can visit a variety of workshops at the museum.
Tour and Baking Workshop, for students aged 10-14
Workshop for School Groups about Jerusalem and the Holy Scriptures
Student Workshop on the Experiences of German Jews during the Nazi eras and the Topic of Exile
Workshop for school groups about Jewish daily life and new beginnings in DP camps
Workshop for School Groups
This workshop for students aged 14 and older combines primary sources with meeting a historical eyewitness
School groups can book a variety of guided tours at the museum.
Guided tour for students aged 10-19 on the cultural history of Jerusalem's walls
Tour for students aged 10 to 19 about the major Jerusalem exhibition
Tour for students aged 14 to 19 about the major Jerusalem exhibition
Tour for Students aged 14-19 about the major Jerusalem exhibition
Projects by school and youth groups produce exhibitions, films, online documentation, and more.
Films, tours, and online exhibits by students at our partner school, the Refik Veseli School
In 2008, the Jewish Museum Berlin initiated its first project week at the Plötzensee juvenile offenders’ institution
An unusual exchange program organized by the on.tour mobile museum