In the garden behind the museum, we’ll be celebrating, feasting and dancing through the summer – with live music from the Jewish wedding band Matzoh Boys, dance workshops, home-baked challah bread from the clay oven, and a Yiddish sing-along concert with Glückel.
Short tours of the core exhibition will focus on Jewish festivals and rituals – these will be offered in German sign language, too.
The ANOHA children’s world team will be collecting a colorful rainbow of good wishes, and inviting guests young and old to help build an ark. ANOHA – The ANOHA children’s world is now open, and today it will offer tours for adults, too. The FRIENDS OF THE JMB show that friendship has many faces, and invite you to get to know them.
There will also be children’s face painting, street food, giant bubble blowing, horse hoppers, and a large garden where you can relax, play and explore.
Jewish Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin
The Summer Festival is part of Berlin’s Cultural Summer festival 2023.
|2.15 pm||Sing-along games with Glückel the puppet|
|2.30 pm||Dance workshop with Mark Kovnatskiy|
|3 pm||Short welcome address by our Director, Hetty Berg|
|3 pm||Live music: Matzoh Boys|
|4 pm||Sing-along games with Glückel the puppet|
|4.15 pm||Dance workshop with Mark Kovnatskiy|
|4.45 pm||Live music: Matzoh Boys|
|6.30 pm||End of scheduled activities|
|7 pm||Summer Festival closes|
|on.tour the JMB’s mobile exhibition for pupils||Location: Glass Courtyard (will not be held in the event of bad weather)|
|ANOHA on.tour Workshop “Building the Ark”: We’ll build an ark while listening to the story of the flood and how the animals were rescued.||Location: Auditorium|
|ANOHA on.tour Cargo bike with rainbow trailer: We’ll create a colorful rainbow of visitors’ wishes for the future. Come on by!||Location: Garden|
|Challah bread baking||Location: Clay oven at the back of the garden|
Varied children’s program with:
Face painting, a bobby car course, giant soap bubbles, cardboard hat and badge making, and much more.
Guided tours of the core exhibition
|14.30–15.15 pm||Short tour of family portraits, in German|
|3–3.45 pm||Shabbat, in German|
|3.30–4.15 pm||Short tour of family portraits, in German|
|4–4.45 pm||Shabbat, in English|
|4.30 pm–5.15 pm||German sign language tour of family portraits|
|5–5.45 pm||Shabbat, in English|
|5.30–6:15 pm||Shabbat, in German|
ANOHA – The Children’s World of the Jewish Museum Berlin
Open for families from 2–7 pm.
Tickets only on site at the ticket offices of the Jewish Museum Berlin and ANOHA. The number of tickets is limited.
Architecture, art and philosophy – tour for adults
Start times: 3 pm / 3.30 pm / 4.30 pm / 4.45 pm
Let’s have a picnic!
The museum café, eßkultur, is firing up the barbecue for the summer festival. There’ll be cooling summery drinks and ice cream. You’ll also be able to pre-order picnic baskets from the museum café: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural Summer at the Jewish Museum Berlin
- Cultural Summer 2023 – 15 Jun to 26 Aug 2023
- Boychiks in Berlin! An Evening of Comedy with YidLife Crisis – 15 Jun 2023
- Schattmann and the Representation of Jewish Experience in the Cinema of the GDR – Film marathon and book presentation with Lisa Schoß and Knut Elstermann, 18 Jun 2023, in German
- Jazz in the Garden: Tel Aviv Quintet – 25 Jun 2023
- Current page: JMB Summer Festival for the Whole Family! – 9 Jul 2023
- Jazz in the Garden: Shay Hazan Quintet – 23 Jul 2023
- Jazz in the Garden: Tal Gamlieli – 6 Aug 2023
- Jazz in the Garden: Tayfun Guttstadt & Friends – 20 Aug 2023
- Jewish Tango from Lviv to Buenos Aires – a Milonga around the World – Part of the Long Night of Museums 2023 – Sounds of Berlin, 26 Aug 2023
- Digital Content
- Cultural Summer 2022 – Video Recording
- Cultural Summer 2021 – Video Recordings
- Cultural Summer 2017 – Audio and Video Recordings
Where, when, what?
- Sun, 9 Jul 2023, 2 pm
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 BerlinSee location on map
Jewish Museum Berlin
Free of Charge – no ticket required
Tickets for the guided tours of the core exhibition and ANOHA tours for adults are available 1 hour in advance from the info counter in the foyer of the Jewish Museum Berlin.
In the event of bad weather, the festival will take place in the museum’s Glass Courtyard, where unfortunately, seating is more limited.
Café Lina. You can pre-order it for the weekend until 2 pm on Friday.You can order a picnic basket from