Libeskind Building and the Glass Courtyard at night (illuminated by blue light)

Rooms for Rent

Your Event in an Exciting Architectural Setting

Our museum has raised the bar not only with its exhibitions, but also with its architecture. The museum building by Daniel Libeskind reflects the history of Jewish culture in Germany and provides a striking counterpoint to the adjacent baroque structure. In addition to exhibition spaces, the latter offers various rooms and options for all types of events, from exclusive receptions to gala dinners for hundreds of guests in our glass-enclosed courtyard.

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Jewish Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

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Glass Courtyard

The Glass Courtyard is based on a design by Daniel Libeskind called Sukkah (“thatched hut” in Hebrew). It can accommodate up to 320 people with banquet-style seating or up to 500 at a standing reception. Together with the freestanding columns, the beams in the glass roof create vivid visual effects that will lend your event a special flair. Whether you are planning a conference or a seated dinner, the 657-square-meter courtyard will impress your guests with exciting architecture and panoramic views of the spacious museum garden.

For the sake of protecting the climate, the Glass Courtyard is no longer available to be rented between 15 June and 31 August 2024.

Glass Courtyard lit up with red and white lights, large dinning tables decorated with red flowers, silverware, and wine glasses fill the courtyard

Our Glass Courtyard; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Pietschmann/Wagenzik

Great Hall

The Great Hall is one of three flexible conference spaces on the second level of the baroque building, known for its pleasant working environment. With professional conference equipment, balanced acoustics, and a built-in stage, the Great Hall is the ideal choice for symposiums and conferences for up to 200 people. Thanks to its multifunctional design, it can also be used for cultural events or more festive occasions.

In the empty conference room, large black leather chairs with small round glass tables face rows of empty chairs

The Great Hall in the Old Building; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Svea Pietschmann

Museum Garden

Spring and summer are the best seasons to enjoy our museum garden, designed by internationally acclaimed architects Hans Kollhoff and Arthur Ovaska. Framed by the Libeskind building and the adjacent baroque structure, the garden offers visitors a green oasis in the heart of the city. With its pergola and grove of sycamore trees, it is the ideal venue for luncheons or early evening receptions.

People sit in red lawn chairs in the Museum Garden, the garden is lit up brightly under the darkening sky

Our Museum Garden; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Svea Pietschmann


This central auditorium on the ground floor of the old building has a friendly atmosphere and meets all the technical requirements of meetings for up to eighty people. The room is pleasantly lit with a high ceiling and an unobstructed view of the museum garden. The adjacent atrium is available for relaxed get-togethers before or after your event.

Rows of empty black chairs face the front of the room where a projector screen is located

The Auditorium in the Old Building; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Jens Ziehe

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