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On 23 August 2020, the Jewish Museum Berlin is opening its new core exhibition. Until then the museum will be closed for renovations.

Audio Guide

Our audio tour will guide you through Daniel Libeskind’s famous museum building, and our museum gardens.

In the museum, audio guide devices are available for 2 Euros. They can not be pre-booked, but only requested upon arrival. You can also download the various audio tracks free of charge here, or listen to them directly. Each of the listening stations works independently of the others – you determine the order and selection you want to hear.

In addition, you can explore audio stations placed in the vicinity of the museum, which you can access only here on our website or via the Podcatcher Audio Guide App.

The following introduction gives you an overview of what to expect:

Audioguide counter in the foyer of the Jewish Museum Berlin

Audio guide counter in the foyer; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Roman März

Introduction

Enjoy listening to our guides and discovering the museum!

Download the Audio Guide or Listen Now

We're working on offering Wi-Fi throughout the whole museum building. In the meantime, we recommend you download the audio tracks in the museum's foyer.

The Audio Guide consists of four parts:

A woman holds an audio guide device to a sensor on a mobile signpost in the glass courtyard f des Jüdischen Museums Berlin

Signs on walls and mobile posts point out audio guide tracks; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Roman März

Overview of audio guide locations

PDF / 1.76 MB / english

Download

Audio Guide via the Guide·ID App

Alternatively, you can listen to all our audio tracks at your convenience with the Podcatcher Audio Guide App from Guide·ID. Simply download the App, search for the Jewish Museum Berlin, and select a tour. Here are two links for downloading the App:

Audio Guide in Other Languages

You would like to listen to the audio guide in another language? No problem:

In the museum, audio guide devices in all languages are available for hire. Or check out the Guide·ID App where you can choose a language.

A hand holds an audio guide device near a language selection sensor

The audio guide is available in Arabic, French, Hebrew, Italian and Spanish; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Roman März

The audio guide was created in collaboration with Linon Medien e. K. and Guide·ID.