Lindenstrasse 9-14 | Kreuzberg
Monday from 10am to 10pm
Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm
The Jewish Museum in Kreuzberg is a collection of buildings with permanent and temporary exhibitions celebrating Jewish culture and, more importantly, remembering the Holocaust and its implications for the Jews and Germany. The traditional entrance building stands in contrast to the Daniel Liebeskind structure in the shape of a destroyed David Cross. Some parts of the museum elicit quite strong emotions such as the entrance to the Holocaust Tower.