Your visit to the Jewish Museum Munich
Your visit to the Jewish Museum Munich

Exhibition conversion from April 9 to May 14.
The permanent exhibition and the installation "Kafka's Sisters" are open.
The museum café will be closed from April 9 until probably April 29 due to renovation work.

 

Your Visit

The Jewish Museum Munich

The Jewish Museum Munich is a vibrant place showcasing the diversity of Jewish history and culture as well as the wide variety of Jewish lifeworlds and identities, while also focusing on the subjects of migration and inclusion.

Through its exhibitions and publications, its cultural education program and events, the Jewish Museum Munich strives to be in constant dialog with its visitors and, like a research laboratory open to continuous change, explore actual and future questions based on the knowledge of the past and to present these for discussion. Similarly, Jewish history, culture, and art are always regarded as…

The Jewish Museum Munich

The Jewish Museum Munich is a vibrant place showcasing the diversity of Jewish history and culture as well as the wide variety of Jewish lifeworlds and identities, while also focusing on the subjects of migration and inclusion.

Through its exhibitions and publications, its cultural education program and events, the Jewish Museum Munich strives to be in constant dialog with its visitors and, like a research laboratory open to continuous change, explore actual and future questions based on the knowledge of the past and to present these for discussion. Similarly, Jewish history, culture, and art are always regarded as a reflection of diverse identities and life plans, and as the result of interaction between Jewish and non-Jewish lifeworlds.

Your Visit

To make your visit to the Jewish Museum Munich a personally enriching experience, guides on all exhibition levels and at the information desk are happy to answer your questions at any time and talk to you about Jewish culture, history, and religion, as well as any aspect of our exhibitions. This service is provided free of charge. Please feel free to contact us by phone or email before your visit if you have any special needs.

How to get here

The Jewish Museum Munich is situated on a square in the very center of the City of Munich, close to the “Viktualienmarkt”—the central market—on St. Jakobs Platz. Together with the “Gemeindezentrum der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde München und Oberbayern”—the Jewish Community Center—and the “Ohel Jakob” Synagogue, it forms an architectural ensemble reflecting the city’s vitality and diversity.
Public transport: U3/6, S Marienplatz ; U1/2/3/6 Sendlinger Tor; bus 62 St. Jakobs Platz.
Map

Free WiFi

WiFi is available free of charge to all visitors.

Guest Cards

Munich Card and Munich City Pass
City Tour Card

Combi ticket

If you show your ticket when visiting other museums run by the City of Munich (Münchner Stadtmuseum, Villa Stuck, Lenbachhaus, Valentin-Karlstadt-Musäum), on the same day, or on two consecutive days, you will receive a 50% reduction to the standard ticket price. This does not apply to the cinema in the Stadtmuseum or to any tickets already offered at a reduced price.

Opening times

Tuesday – Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm
Closed on Mondays

Tickets

Adults: 3 €, concessions: 2 €
Children and youths under 18 free of charge
Contact-free payment is of course also possible at the cash desk.

to the ticket shop

Address

Sankt-Jakobs-Platz 16
80331 München
juedisches.museum(at)muenchen.de
Tel +49 89 23396096

Opening hours on public holidays

05/07/2024, Whit Monday open
10/03/2024, Rosh Hashanah (New Year) closed
10/04/2024, Rosh Hashanah (New Year) closed
10/12/2024, Yom Kippur closed
12/24/2024, Christmas Eve closed
12/25/2024, Christmas Day open from 12 a.m.
12/26/2024, Boxing Day open
12/31/2024, New Year's Eve closed
01/01/2025, New Year's Day open from 12 a.m.

 

 

Your Visit – Accessibility
Your Visit – Accessibility

Accessibility
Our guides are happy to help you at any time during your visit. This service is free of charge and does not need to be booked in advance. A restroom with easy accessibility for wheelchair users is located on the lower level.

Mobility
The museum foyer and all exhibition levels, as well as the service areas are readily accessible to wheelchair users and those with walking difficulties. An elevator provides access to all levels. Rollators (wheeled walkers) and wheelchairs, if required, are available free of charge and from the cloakroom.

For the blind and those with impaired vision
A small selection of objects in the permanent collection may be experienced by touch.
Guide dogs may be taken into the exhibition rooms.

For those with hearing difficulties
For those with hearing-aids and cochlear implants with a telecoil option, we provide inductive neck loops for use during guided tours and at events.

Further Information (in German only)
Directions to the Jewish Museum Munich for visitors in wheelchairs (in German only)

Your Visit – Bookshop
Your Visit – Bookshop

Bookshop

The bright, open sales area of the bookshop, the LITERATURHANDLUNG, is located in the foyer of the Jewish Museum Munich. It offers a unique range of books on Judaism, fiction, specialist literature, books for children and young people, travel guides, and dictionaries. The large selection of Jewish literature is complemented by a number of DVDs, CDs, and greetings cards.
All the Jewish Museum Munich’s publications are available at the bookshop.

LITERATURHANDLUNG.COM

Coucou Food Market

Coucou et bienvenue!

The Coucou Food Market conjures up freshly prepared, healthy food for its customers, all day long. Museum visitors can look forward to French croissants and coffee from the Munich roastery "Man Versus Machine", authentic pinsa romana, and salads and bowls fresh from the market.

À très bientôt chez Coucou Food Market.

Coucou Food Market

The museum café will be closed from April 9 until probably April 29 due to renovation work.

 

Coucou Food Market at the Jewish Museum Munich © Denis Leoncelli
Coucou Food Market at the Jewish Museum Munich © Denis Leoncelli