Birthday Parties at the Jewish Museum Berlin
A Crazy Day in a Crazy Crooked House
A birthday is a special day for most children. They invite their friends to celebrate with them and want some special excitement. A visit to the Jewish Museum Berlin is an unforgettable experience:
The Crazy Crooked House (ages 5–11)
Why are the walls of the Jewish Museum Berlin crooked? Why do the windows look like slits? And why is there a staircase leading to nowhere? Why aren’t there any flowers in the garden? Based on their ages, the young visitors are given a playful introduction to Daniel Libeskind’s architecture. Afterwards, they can create a crazy crooked house of their own out of cardboard, clay, and other arts-and-crafts materials.
Gourmet Birthday Meal
After the workshop, all the children will likely be hungry and thirsty. And they’ll love a delicious birthday meal by eßkultur (priced at 5 euros per person). There are two options:
- Sweet kids’ birthday menu: muffin, hot chocolate, fresh lemonade
- Savory kids’ birthday meal: sesame rings, hummus, fresh lemonade
The two options can be combined.
As an extra, a house-made birthday cake with the name of the birthday girl or boy can be ordered for another 40 euros.
The food is non-kosher. Payment is made in the museum café. The number of participants in the reservation is final and cannot be changed on short notice.
Where, when, what?
8 euros per child (including admission)
10–15 children (minimum charge of 80 euros, equivalent to 10 kids)