Munich

Jewish Museum

  St.-Jakobs-Platz 16      +49 89 23 39 60 96     more than a year ago
A striking modern cube beside the synagogue and the Jewish community centre houses the excellent Jewish Museum. The permanent collection offers the chronology of Judaism in the city from the first mention of Jews being killed in the streets in 1285 and their expulsion in 1442 to their return in the 18th century, their path to integration, destruction during the war and finally, their return.

Tram stop

Marienplatz

Email

juedisches.museum@muenchen.de

Open

Open¬†10:00-18:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €6/3.

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