Audio Guide:
The Axes of Memory in the Libeskind Building

Two corridors with dark slate floors and white walls; one leading to the right featuring a display cabinet; the other leading to the left towards a door to the Garden of Exile; the walls between the corridors feature city names like Istanbul or London

Discover the Libeskind Building with its slanted walls, sharp corners, and high vertical voids using our audio guide. The Axes in the lower level deal with the persecution and murder of Jews during the period of National Socialism. They also talk about those who escaped into exile and how life went on.

Hear from the architect Daniel Libeskind and listen in on conversations with eye-witnesses and museum staff. Discover the light and sound installation of Mischa Kuball and learn more about the Memory Void with the walk-in art installation by Menashe Kadishman.

Gebäudeplan mit Markierung des Libeskindbaus
Where

Libeskind Building


Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

Download the audio tracks here or listen to them directly:

Staircase

Axes of Memory

res·o·nant

Voids

Axis of Exile

Journey into Exile

Garden of Exile

Pieces of Memory

Axis of the Holocaust

Holocaust Tower

Axis of Continuity

Eric F. Ross Gallery

Memory Void | Shalekhet

Gebäudeplan mit Markierung des Libeskindbaus
Where

Libeskind Building


Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

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Audio Guide

Our audio guide leads you through Daniel Libeskind’s famous museum building, the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem, and our museum gardens. In addition, you can explore audio stations placed in the vicinity of the museum.

Axes of Memory in the Libeskind Building

Discover the Libeskind Building, hear from the architect Daniel Libeskind and listen in on conversations with eye-witnesses and museum staff.

Exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem

Explore this unique city in our large exhibition. Our audio guide will introduce you to the exhibition rooms and explain selected objects in more detail.

Gardens and Architecture

For the first time, we have organized a garden tour for you. Stroll through the museum gardens and see if you might not even reach Paradise.

Beyond The Museum

Explore our audio tracks for sites in the vicinity of the Jewish Museum, including the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy and the Diaspora Garden.

Audio Guide in Other Languages

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res·o·nant

Light and Sound Installation by Mischa Kuball

Exhibition

from 17 November 2017
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