Fragments from the past and present
The changing history of Jews in Munich is a history of the modern age. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Jewish congregations made important contributions to the city’s history, often in the face of adverse conditions. Since 1945, Munich has ultimately grown into one of the largest centers of Jewish life in the Federal Republic. Guided tours of the permanent exhibition focus on individual stations in the past and present-day lives of the Jewish citizens of Munich.
German, English, and other languages subject to availability.
Subject-related guided tours for adults and families
For up to 5 participants: €30
For up to 25 participants: €60
plus admission fee: €6 / €3 concessions, children and youths up to 18 years of age free
Number of participants
max. 25 persons