The Museum Made Easy

An Inclusive Tour (in German – plain language)

The Jewish Museum Berlin opened in 2001.

It is one of Europe’s largest Jewish museums.

In our exhibition, we tell the history of German Jews and show how they live today.

We will guide you through the exhibition and show you the museum.

by appointment

Map with all buildings that belong to the Jewish Museum Berlin. The Old Building is marked in green

Where

Old Building, ground level, “Meeting Point” in the Glass Courtyard
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

This is what happens on the tours:

  1. You’ll receive a warm welcome.
  2. We’ll look at the building.
  3. We’ll look at a Torah. A Torah is a scroll. These scrolls contain texts that are important to Jews.
  4. We’ll take a break.
  5. We’ll bake some plaited yeast bread. This is called Challah. Challah is a bread for Jewish holy days.
  6. We’ll say goodbye.

A baking sheet with four yeast plaits sprinkled with sesame seeds and poppy seeds.

This is what plaited yeast bread look like: Challot at the Jewish Museum., photo: Dalik Sojref

Where, when, what?

  • Whenby appointment
  • Duration3 hours
  • Where Altbau EG, „Meeting Point“ im Glashof
    Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin
    See location on map
  • Language German – plain language

    Cost per group 60 € for school groups
    100 € for adults reduced rate

    Number of participants Up to 15

    Booking request T +49 (0)30 259 93 305 (Mon–Fri, 10 am–4 pm)
    visit@jmberlin.de

    For groups we offer guided tours on your desired date. Please contact us at least 4–6 weeks before your desired date for this service. 

    Please note This tour is an inclusive offer for adults and school classes in grades 7 to 13 (ages 13 to 19). The tour is for people with the need for calm and plain language. It is aimed at groups with learning, speech or motor and psychosocial impairments.

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