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The museum's Old Building, festively lit for the awarding of the Prize for Understanding and Tolerance 2009
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Svea Pietschmann



Development - Corporate Events
Tel: +49 (0)30 25 993 569
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Our exclusive event rooms offer diverse possibilities: Be it banquet, reception, or conference, we would be delighted to advise you and take charge of the organization of your event at the Museum. All rooms are located in the baroque "Kollegienhaus" next to the renowned new building designed by the architect Daniel Libeskind. Equipped with the latest in technology, our rooms provide an authentic historical setting for your event.

Glass Courtyard
View of the museum's Glass Courtyard with bar tables and chairs

The museum's Glass Courtyard, reception for the opening of the Glass Courtyard in 2007
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Hans-Georg Gaul

Opened in autumn 2007, Daniel Libeskind's Glass Courtyard modelled on the design "Sukkah" (Hebrew for " thatched booth") offers room for extraordinary events of up to 650 people. The glass roof spanning the 650 square meters of the inner courtyard of the baroque building is supported by four free standing pillars. The glass front of the light-flooded room can be widely opened and offers a view over the spacious museum garden.

Museum Garden
View of the illuminated museum garden with visitors on deck chairs

The museum garden with light installation on Long Museum Night 2008
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Svea Pietschmann

Behind the museum building an oasis of greenery in the heart of the city awaits the visitor. Landscaped by the internationally famous architects Hans Kollhoff and Arthur Ovaska, the museum garden extends over a spacious 3,000 square meters and with its pergola, meadow with crabapple trees and copse of sycamores is a perfect setting for events of all kinds.

Great Hall
View of the Great Hall in the museum's Old Building with festively decorated tables (white-  covered tables and chairs)

Great Hall in the museum's Old Building, Prize for Understanding and Tolerance 2006
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Jens Ziehe

The multifunctional Great Hall on the second level can accommodate up to 200 people - seating is variable. It was equipped with a top-quality sound system and well-balanced acoustics in 2011. Facilities for darkening the room make daytime events with visual media presentations possible.

Education Room
View of the museum's Education Room with white-covered bar tables

The Education Room in the museum's Old Building, reception for the award of the Prize for Understanding and Tolerance 2009
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Svea Pietschmann

On the first level of the Baroque Old Building, an attractive wall design catches the eye in the Education Room. The elegant parquet floors and large Baroque windows create a pleasant atmosphere for day and evening events.

Interior view of the auditorium

The Auditorium in the museum's Old Building,
© Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Jens Ziehe

Centrally located on ground level of the Old Building, the Auditorium offers all the technical requirements for conferences and other events. It is pleasantly lit and boasts a view of the extensive gardens. The auditorium provides a balanced ambience for a concentrated working atmosphere and relaxing breaks.

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