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Press Information, 16 December 2013

Preview of Children’s Program and Guided Tours from January to March 2014


Curator Tours "In an Instant. Photographs by Fred Stein"

30 January
Curator Tour
"Dresden exiled me – so I became a photographer"
Learn more about the life and work of the photographer Fred Stein and the exhibition concept.
Time: 6 pm
Admission: with the museum ticket

13 March
Curator Tour
The Making of "In an Instant. Photographs by Fred Stein"
The tour provides insights and background information to the origins of and preparations for the exhibition.
Time: 6 pm
Admission: with the museum ticket

Public Tours for Adults

Saturdays
11 am: Jewish Life and Traditions
3 pm: Through the Museum in Seven League Boots

Sundays
11 am: Jewish Life and Traditions
2 pm: "A Time for Everything. Rituals Against Forgetting" (until 9 February)
3 pm: "Tonalities. Jewish Women Ceramicists from Germany after 1933" (only in January)
3 pm: Favorites from the Collection (only in February)
3 pm: Judaism – Christianity – Islam: A Cultural Historical Comparison (only in March)

Duration: approx. 1 hour
Cost: 3 euros plus admission fee
Further information and visitor bookings on tel. +49 (0)30 259 93 305 or groups[at]jmberlin.de
All tours are in German unless stated otherwise.

Children's Program

5 January / 2 February / 2 March
Children’s Tour through the Permanent Exhibition
Halakah and Braided Bread – What goes into the Shabbat Basket?
How did a Jewish merchant live 300 years ago? What did she pack in her suitcase when she went traveling? A prayer book, clothes, or even a mobile phone? On this stroll through the exhibition, our young visitors take a playful look at Jewish traditions and how they have changed in the course of the centuries. They have fun experiencing how it feels to wear a kippah, admire a real scroll, and sniff a besamim box full of spices.
Ages: 6 to 12
Start: 11 am
Duration: approx. 1 hour
Cost: 3 euros (plus admission fee)

19 January /16 February /16 March
Children’s Tour and Handicraft Workshop
The Crazy Crooked House
Why are the walls in the Jewish Museum Berlin at a slant? Why does the staircase lead to nowhere? Why are the windows slits? Armed with a ruler and triangle, the children explore Daniel Libeskind’s architecture and the influences light, stairs, and corners have on a building.
Afterwards, they have the chance to roll up their sleeves and build their very own crazy fantasy house from cardboard, modeling clay and much more!
Ages: 8 to 10
Time: 11 am
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Cost: 3 euros (plus admission fee)

4 and 6 February
Children’s Tour and Handicraft Workshop
Tonalities
A cup is a vessel for a drink – cocoa, tea, or coffee. But do all cups, teapots, and vases look the same? In the exhibition "Tonalities," the children can see which different forms four Jewish women ceramicists chose for cups, vases, and figures.
In the workshop that follows, they themselves are the crockery designers – with material, paper and a host of other materials, they design their very own vases, cups, and jugs.
Ages: 6 to 10
Time: 10 am
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Cost: 3 euros (plus admission fee)
Information and visitor booking: tel. +49 (0)30 25 993 305 / 437 or kinder[at]jmberlin.de

New Admission Fees

Please note the new admission fees as of 1 January 2014:

Permanent and Special Exhibitions
Regular admission: 8 euros
Discounted admission (valid ID required): 3 euros
Discounted admission applies for: students, university students, volunteers (Federal Volunteer Service), recipients of unemployment benefit I ("ALG I"), severely disabled people (minimum of 50 percent)
Family ticket: 14 euros
Up to 2 adults with up to 4 children under 18
Free admission (valid ID required):
• Children under 6
• Members of the Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin
• Recipients of unemployment benefit II ("ALG II")
• Recipients of basic security benefits or benefits in accordance with the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum Seekers
• Person accompanying a disabled person if specified in severe disability ID
• Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and members of the German Museums Association (DMB)
• Members of the press

Touristic offers
Museum Pass Berlin: 24 euros / red. 12 euros
Admission to approx. 50 museums in Berlin
on three consecutive days
Admission with valid Berlin Welcome Card: 6 euros / red. 2.25 euros
Admission with valid City-Tour-Card: 6.40 euros / red. 3 euros

Audio guide*
Audio guide for adults: 3 euros
Available in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Japanese, Russian
* Subject to availability.
A valid ID is required as a deposit.

Public guided tours
For adults: 3 euros + admission
For children: 3 euros + admission

Special offers
Jewish Museum Berlin & Berlinische Galerie
Reduced admission with a ticket for the Berlinische Galerie on the day of purchase and the two following days.

Pre-booked guided tours for groups
The fees apply for guided tours with a duration up to 90 minutes. Maximum of 15 persons per group, larger groups must be split up. One teacher per 10 students or one tourist guide per group is granted free admission.
Pre-booking is required.
Regular fee: 60 euros + admission
For groups with university students, apprentices/trainees: 30 euros + admission (see overleaf)
For groups with students: 30 euro (admission included)
For groups with recipients of benefits qualifying for free admission: 30 euros (admission included)

Cancellation fee for group bookings
A cancellation fee incurs if the booking is not cancelled
at least two working days before the scheduled visit.
Regular group: 47 euros
Group of students, apprentices/trainees, recipients of benefits listed overleaf: 30 euros

Workshops / combined guided tours / project days for groups
For detailed information, please visit the website www.jmberlin.de/ksl or contact our boooking office:
phone +49 (0)30 25 993 305
groups@jmberlin.de

Maximum of 15 persons + one accompanying person per group.

Contact

Katharina Schmidt-Narischkin
Head of Press and Public Relations
Telefon: +49(0)30 259 93 419
Fax: +49(0)30 259 93 400
k.schmidt-narischkin[at]jmberlin.de

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Groups without guided tours or guided tours with external guides
Participants: The admission fees to the exhibitions apply.
Tourist guides, external tour guides, bus drivers: one free admission per group
Teachers: free admission for one teacher per 10 students
Maximum of 20 persons per group.

Further information about the education program can be found on our website: www.jmberlin.de/ksl

Press photos of the tours and the children’s program in January, February, and March can be downloaded from our website: www.jmberlin.de/fotodownload

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