Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
Definitely a smaller museum I felt like. But definitely worth the visit. Most exhibits were designed to make you reflect and have a better understanding of the void of Jewish people Germany has. If you're ever in Berlin, I highly recommend visiting this museum and reflecting on this part of Jewish peoples in German history
Very powerful museum in Berlin, the architecture is striking and is something to be experienced. World class museum in Berlin, not to be missed, highly recommend a stop here. Exhibits are informative and the audio guides are very good as well.
My husband and I visited the museum last weekend. For me personally I felt so much more could have been told. We didn’t want horror but felt the view given-was from an elitist view. We observed school children who visited the museum, whom sadly disconnected as the area did not reach out to tell them the full story. The architecture is amazing but I feel the building and story that should be told just didn’t marry.
Very well-planned exhibition and interiors, I read through each of the stories and I agree from these fragments I feel more to the victims although it is no doubt not even closer to the pains they had suffered. The garden is bright and quiet while there are still police stations around the museum itself which reminds me the conflicts are still alive and just around the corner.
Very enlightening museum of the Jewish reality. The building and exhibition are very well planned and created. Anyone can have a physical experience of what it might have felt on those days and their trips to concentration camps, to exile and to continuation of life. There wasn't the full exhibition. Will be available only in 2020. Still is very recommendable museum. You should take the audio since there's a lot of information missing from the displays. One for two is enough though.