The JMB App takes you not only on a visit to the core exhibition, but on a walk in the Museum Garden and also tells you about Daniel Libeskind’s striking architecture. Audios, videos, images, texts, and games convey the museum content. Are you wondering how to view the 3,000 square meter core exhibition in one visit? The JMB App offers themed tours of highlights, biographies, stories, and Judaism, but alternatively you can stroll around freely and select specific items from over 100 stations. And if you you’re not sure where you are, an interactive map offers orientation.
Download JMB App
We offer the app in seven languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew and Russian.
You can download the content of the app to your smartphone before your visit or stream the content at the museum. Remember to bring your headphones and charge your smartphone battery for your visit.
Borrow an Audio Guide at the Museum
For a fee, you may borrow a device to use the JMB app on.
An App with an Inclusive Approach
We have developed the JMB App’s barrier-free program for our visitors with blindness or limited vision. The app can be used with a screen reader, and acoustic tactile instructions and audio descriptions enable a largely barrier-free visit to the museum.
Visitors with hearing impairments are offered all audio content as read-along texts. This offer will be expanded for future versions.
Exhibition Jewish Life in Germany: Past & Present: Features & Programs
- Exhibition Webpage
- Jewish Life in Germany: Past & Present – core exhibition of the Jewish Museum Berlin, since Aug 2020
- Guided Tours
- Current page: JMB App – audio guide, available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew and Russian, available for download
- Guided tours for adults as individual visitors or in groups – at fixed dates or by appointment, on site or digitally, in several languages
- Guided tours and workshops für school groups – by appointment, on site or digitally, in several languages
- The JMB Book – history, architecture and core exhibition of the museum, available in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian
- Open – JMB Journal #21, with interviews and background information on the exhibition
- Digital Content
- Thematic space Torah – audios and objects on words, writing and language
- Musicroom – playlists with religious and secular music from the core exhibition
- Topography of Violence. Antisemitic violence in Germany 1930–1938 – media application from the exhibition’s historical chapter Catastrophe
- 13 Objects – 13 Stories – unusual objects from our core exhibition
- New Accents – interview with Cilly Kugelmann, chief curator of the core exhibition
- See also
- The Libeskind building
- History of the museum