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Open Tours

These tours take place on a regular basis. Individual visitors may, but do not need to register in advance. Just come and join the group!
All tours take place in German unless otherwise noted.

January, February and March 2016

3 pm  Jewish Life and Traditions


11 am  Through the Museum in Seven League Boots

2 pm No Compromises! The Art of Boris Lurie
Guided tour through the special exhibiton (from 28 February 2016)

More information about the tours on our website.

More information about the exhibiton No Compromises! The Art of Boris Lurie

For all open tours please note, (unless specified otherwise):


approx. 1 hour

Meeting Point

»Meeting Point« in the entrance hall


3 euros per person, additional to the entrance ticket

Information and Booking

Tel.: +49 (0)30 259 93 305

Feeling and hearing History (in German language)
A Multi-Sensory Architecture Tour for Blind and Visually Impaired Students and Adults
26 February 2016

The walls slant, the ground slopes. The underground floor of the Jewish Museum Berlin, namely the axes of "Exile," "Holocaust," and "Continuity," affect our experience of space. Architect Daniel Libeskind drew on German-Jewish history in his design for the museum’s architecture. The labyrinthine "Garden of Exile" tests the visitor’s sense of balance and provides a metaphor for the loss of orientation in foreign countries. In the "Memory Void," iron sculptures to touch, hear, and smell remember the victims of terror and violence. The sounds in the axes and voids enhance the unusual sensory experience. Jonas Hauer, guide for the blind, says that, "the cold sounds are not comparable to those of any other building". In addition, tactile models of the building make this architectural interpretation of Jewish-German history immediately palpable.

When: 4 pm
Duration: 1,5 hours
Admission: 3 euros (plus admission)

More information about the tour can be found on our calendar of events.

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