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JMB App

The Jewish Museum Berlin Audio Guide

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

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Select German or English as your app language. French, Italian, Hebrew, and Spanish will be available at a later date.

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.

In addition to audio content, you can read texts, play games, and view videos and pictures in the app; Jewish Museum Berlin, graphics: Verena Blöchl, NOUSdigital

Borrow an Audio Guide at the Museum

We are currently not lending audio guides to ensure your and our safety during the Corona pandemic.

An App with an Inclusive Approach

We have developed the JMB App’s barrier-free program for our partially-sighted and blind visitors. 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.

Young woman stands with smartphone and headphones in front of the portrait of Albertine Heine as bride of August Theodor Kaselowsky

The JMB App enriches the exhibition visit with additional offers; Jewish Museum Berlin, Photo: Yves Sucksdorff

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