Tours

Tours

Public tours are held on a regular basis. Individual visitors may reserve a place in advance, but this is not required. Feel free to join us whenever you like!

Alternatively, you can book an appointment for one of our thematic tours through our permanent or temporary exhibition.

Information and Reservation
Education Department
phone: 
+49 (0)30 259 93 305
fax: 
+49 (0)30 259 93 412
We offer guided tours for groups in different languages. Please book in advance.
We offer a multisensory architecture tour for people with visual impairments, which takes place four times a year and can also be reserved for groups.
You can borrow an audio guide with information about the architecture and the permanent exhibition for 3 euros. The audio tours are offered in eight different languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Russian, and Japanese.
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Programs for Children

Public workshops and tours for kids aged 5 to 11

Shabbat. A Feast Day Every Week

26 October, 11 am and 2 November, 11 am
Guided tour for children with traditional bread baking (in German)

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Programs for Groups

You can book a tour on a specific topic or an aspect of our exhibitions as a group, a family, a couple, or an individual. Just select from our programs!

Jewish Life and Traditions

Tour for adults about the basic elements of Judaism

Judaism, Christianity and Islam

A guided tour for adults comparing the cultural history of the three religions

The Jewish World in the Middle Ages

Tour for adults about the Middle Ages

Women in Judaism

A museum tour for adults tracing the role of women in Judaism from the creation myth to the present

Jews in the Early Modern Period

Tour for adults about the Early Modern Period

Moses Mendelssohn and the Promise of the Enlightenment

A guided tour for groups of adults about the Age of Enlightenment

Between Assimilation and Self-Determination

A guided tour for groups of adults about nineteenth century German Jews’ conceptions of their identity

Dawn of the Modern Age

Tour for adults about the German Empire and the Weimar Republic

The Jewish Response to National Socialism

Tour for adults about Nazism

Architectural Observations

Tour for adults of the museum’s architecture in the context of Jewish history in Germany

Feeling and hearing History

A multisensory architectural tour for visitors with visual impairments