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Public free guided tour

The Jewish Museum Berlin invites refugees from Ukraine to get to know the highlights of the permanent exhibition Jewish History and Present in Germany.

The five historical chapters of the exhibition and eight rooms on art and culture address the tension between belonging and exclusion from the Middle Ages to the present day.

The guided tours provide an overview of the exhibition using selected objects, media stations, video installations and works of art and invite you to follow the checkered history of Jews in Germany and to learn more about what being Jewish means today.

Depending on the availability of the speakers, this tour will take place in Ukrainian or Russian.
Additional information
Meeting point: Old Building, ground level, “Meeting Point” in the Glass Courtyard, Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

Price info: The free tickets are available either via the Online Shop or on site at the museum ticket office, subject to availability.
Advance sale of museum tickets always begins a few days before the date of the visit.


Безкоштовні квитки можна отримати на нашій веб-сторінці Online-Shop або на касі музею. Передпродаж музейних квитків відкривається за кілька днів до проведення екскурсії.