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Jewish Museum Berlin: Time-Slot Ticket

Jüdisches Museum

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Jewish Life in Germany: Past & Present - The new exibition at Jewish Museum Berlin. Explore the history and culture of Jews in Germany from the beginning until the present day. Jewish Museum Berlin: Get your time-slot Ticket including admission for all exhibitions now.


Book now: The time-slot ticket includes admission to all exhibitions (without ANOHA) at the Jewish Museum Berlin:

✓ Permanent exhibition: Jewish Life in Germany - Past and Present More about our core exhibition
✓ 09.02.2024 - 26.05.2024: Special exhibition: “My Verses are Like Dynamite” - Curt Blochʼs Het Onderwater Cabaret

exhibition: “My Verses are Like Dynamite” Curt Blochʼs Het Onderwater Cabaret

From February 9, 2024 to May 26, 2024, the Jewish Museum Berlin will present an exhibition of Curt Blochʼs Het Onderwater Cabaret. Between August 1943 and April 1945, the hitherto unknown German Jewish author Curt Bloch produced a unique work of creative resistance while in hiding in the Netherlands: Het Onderwater Cabaret.

It comprises 95 booklets of handwritten satirical poems that deal with Nazi propaganda, the course of the war and other contemporary issues. Bloch illustrated each booklet with artistic title collages. Alongside all the original and digitized issues and other works that were also written underground, the show introduces his helpers and those who were with him in hiding, accompanied by eyewitness interviews and insights into Bloch's creative process.

Permanent exhibition: Jewish Life in Germany: Past & Present at Jewish Museum Berlin

What is sacred in Judaism? And what makes something a “Jewish object”? How is Judaism understood and lived today? Treasures from the museum collection, everyday objects, as well as works of art, video and audio installations, allow space for reflection and offer surprising insights. Rich, diverse and interactive – the 2020 newly opened core exhibition presents Jewish history and culture in Germany.

Jewish history and culture in Germany within symbolic architecture

The exhibition route takes you from the early Middle Ages, the emancipation movement of the 18th and 19th centuries, National Socialism and the new start after 1945 right up to the present day. This historical narrative is punctuated with thematic spaces that open perspectives on the diversity of Jewish life.


Reduced ticket: 3 €
students with school ID, university students, members of the German Federal Volunteer Service, recipients of unemployment benefit I [“ALG I”], people with severe disabilities [minimum of 50 percent]) – with ID or documentation

Free Admission: On presentation of the appropriate identification, the following visitors are eligible for free admission
Children (under 18 years of age), Members of the Friends and Patrons of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Holders of a berlinpass and recipients of government benefits (unemployment benefit II [“ALG II”], welfare, basic security benefits or benefits in accordance with the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum Seekers) – with documentation, Companions of visitors with severe disabilities, recognized as medically necessary, Members of the Deutscher Museumbund (German Museum League) or ICOM, Journalist

Protection and Hygiene Regulations

✓ Please maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other people.
✓ Disinfection stations are to be found at regular intervals throughout the museum's public spaces.
✓ Don't cough or sneeze into your hand. Use your elbow instead.

Meeting point

Jewish Museum Berlin
Lindenstr. 9–14
10969 Berlin

For all exhibitions, enter through the doorway of the Old Building.

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Ticket validity after purchase

✓ Reduced & free admission tickets are only accepted with appropriate proof at the entrance.

Opening hours

daily: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Closing dates:
3th of Oct 2024 (Rosch ha-Schana)
4th of Oct 2024 (Rosch ha-Schana)
12th of Oct 2024 (Jom Kippur)
24th of Dec 2024 (Christmas Eve)

Languages

German, English

Provider

Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin