We are presenting a new light and sound installation by the conceptual artist Mischa Kuball. Read more
The “Kippah Catalyst"
The Jewish Museum Berlin presents objects and photographs related to historic moments in a Rapid Response display. The first display, the “Kippah Catalyst,” was prompted by an antisemitic incident in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. Read more
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Summer Fair: 24 June 2018
Concerts, Backstage Tours, Children's Program, Street Food, and more – all Berliners are welcome! Read more
2018 Summer Vacation Program
Kids explore, discover, and try out options for a new world in the WORLD.LAB. The one-week workshops are designed for children aged 7 to 10. Read more
»Show us your story!« Beginning last year, the Jewish participants in the Object Days project have followed this invitation by recounting their migration stories to the Jewish Museum Berlin. Take a Look
We have dedicated the 18th edition of our JMB Journal to the topic of light. Read about the light in the history of creation, in religion and science, in art and architecture. Read more
Our Latest Blog Post
Neither King David nor Cilly Kugelmann can solve this problem: On the difficulties the organizers of the Welcome to Jerusalem exhibition encountered doing justice to the ideal of justice Read more
Conference Documentation: "Jews in Muslim Majority Countries"
Interviews with scholars from different continents and academic disciplines provide an insight into a largely neglected field of research: Jewish history in Arab and Muslim majority countries. The conference at the Jewish Museum Berlin also addressed prospects for ethno-religious diversity and intercommunal relations today. We recorded most of the lectures. Read more
Jerusalem in Dialogue
Two guides with personal connections to Jerusalem lead through the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem. Gain new perspectives by discussing the city with them. Read more
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The Jewish Museum Berlin is reinventing itself
Up until 2019 we will be creating both a new permanent exhibition and a children's museum. The two upper levels of the Libeskind Building are therefore currently not accessible.
Furthermore, you can visit the architectural highlights of the Libeskind Building – the Axes in the basement, the Garden of Exile, and the impressive Voids – as well as the current exhibitions and art installations.