From the outside, it's one of the most iconic and arresting buildings in Berlin's sea of amazing architecture. Inside, the Jewish Museum Berlin is an immersive art experience unlike anything else. A thematic labyrinth of symbolic spaces and interactive exhibits, the museum is designed to evoke a visceral journey through Germany's Jewish diaspora.
- * Access to the temporary exhibitions
- * Access to the permanent exhibition (free of charge, but you still need a ticket)
- * Free downloadable JMB app (please bring your own headphones)
- * Audio guide (currently not available onsite)
- * Guided tour (available for an extra fee, pre-booking required)
- * Strollers are allowed in all areas. Baby changing rooms are available * Pets are not allowed, except for guide dogs * Taking photos for private purposes is allowed, but the use of tripods, flash, or selfie sticks is not allowed * A mandatory security check is in place * Please leave bags, luggage, and jackets at the cloakroom * The W. Michael Blumenthal Academy is located across the street * Access to the library is via the entrance of the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy * With your JMB ticket you are eligible to receive reduced-rate admission on the day of your museum visit and the two following days to the Berlinische Galerie, which is only 5 min stroll away Admission to the permanent exhibition for adults and admission to all exhibitions for children below 18 are free of charge, but you still need a ticket. * More information on how to download the Jewish Museum Berlin Audio Guide App available [here](https://www.jmberlin.de/en/app) * You can book a guided tour [here](https://shop.jmberlin.de/#/?lang=en) for an extra fee * The use of archive and/or library material is possible, in due consideration of the currently valid regulations for handling the corona virus. Please send your request to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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