Jewish Museum
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Jewish Museum

Jews have faced a long and hard road in Germany. They have represented an important part of the population even though they were highly discriminated against. This museum traces the arrival of Jews and their contributions throughout German history as well as the hardships they faced. It doesn’t go into much depth on the Holocaust, as there is a wonderful separate museum for that. And like all museums in Germany, this is huge and will require a few hours to properly explore.

Author: Nomadic Matt
Growing up in Boston, I was never a big traveler. I didn’t take my first trip overseas until I was 23. Outside a cruise and college trip to Montreal, I had no travel experience. After college, I got a job and the standard American two weeks a year vacation. I wanted to use that time to travel. After all, it was vacation time, right? So for my first trip overseas, I went on a tour to Costa Rica. That trip changed my life. From that moment on, I was hooked.
Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin
Opening hours:

Mon: 10:00 - 22:00

Tue-Sun: 10:00 - 20:00

Entrance fee:
€7 / €3.50