Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin

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Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin

Ever since the museum was founded in 2001, the Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin have supported it with tireless dedication.

The Friends’ membership fees and donations make exhibitions and new acquisitions possible and promote the museum’s diverse educational programming. The construction of the Glass Courtyard and the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy were likewise funded in part by the Friends of the Museum. Everyone can achieve more with the help of friends!

Our society of Friends is also a forum for interaction and exchange. It engages interested and committed people in conversation, unites young and old, and offers members a diverse program of benefits: from free admission and exclusive curator-guided tours to theater and opera tickets to cultural trips within Germany and abroad.

You can also join as a company. You can enjoy many additional discounts and offers corresponding to the extent of your contribution.


The Friends’ support of the Jewish Museum Berlin is not only financial. Our volunteers also devote their time and energy to the museum.
They not only support the Friends at various events, but also exercise their green thumbs in the Garden of the Diaspora at the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy. If you are interested in supporting us as a volunteer, we would be happy to provide you with additional information.


Whether small or large, one-time or repeating – every donation counts and furthers the Friends’ ongoing support of the museum.

Bank Details:

Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer
der Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin e.V.
IBAN: DE34 1007 0000 0501 8494 00

Under the bank transfer’s "Purpose" or "Notes," please include your name and address. We will then gladly send confirmation of your donation.

Would you like to become a member?

Email us at

Managing Director
Johanna Brandt
+49 (0)30 259 93 553
+49 (0)30 259 93 432

Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9–14
10969 Berlin