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Jüdisches Museum München, Munich
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Learn about Munich's Jewish history--including religion, festivals, and even rites of passage like circumcision and bar mitzvahs--at Jüdisches Museum München. Objects used for home religious practices and weekly services are showcased as well. The extensive museum spans three buildings, and it also offers temporary displays, a learning center, and a library. With our international travel planner, Munich attractions like Jüdisches Museum München can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Não é um museu sobre o Holocausto, embora a propria construção seja representativa dos fatos, é muito mais educativo em relação a cultura judaica.It's not a museum about the Holocaust, although the building is representative of the facts, is much more instructive about Jewish culture.show original
Had high expectations of a museum to tell the Jewish story of Munich. After a good interactive first exhibit (a large map of Munich where TVs screens light up as you placed sign boards on the relevant... read more »
Maybe I was expecting more about the war - the holocaust - and the experience of those who suffered - and although I consider myself v pro-Judaism although not Jewish myself and have a real affinity w... read more »
There is nothing to see about jews and the price is too high. 6 eur/pro person.
Very small, the exhibitions were rather basic and not particularly exciting.
It wasn't a Jewish museum so much as a Jew Museum. As in, "This is a jew. Here are some of the sterotypes and here we show that they're not true." No real feel for how much life there was let alone for the depth and richness of the culture that was destroyed. Much more space was devoted to the traces of Jewish culture that exist in modern popculture in Germany. Go there if you're worried your child is becoming antisemitic. Don't go there if you want some real depth.
Gregor RuscittiWas there in "the long night of the museums". I learned a lot about Jewish customs. Staff was very friendly and kompitent.show original
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