Jewish Museum Berlin: 63 % off admission fee
ISIC card holders pay just 3 EUR entrance fee.
© Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Image: Jens Ziehe
People from all over the world meet and mingle in the Jewish Museum Berlin every day. Slanting walls, sharp angles, gaping voids - Daniel Libeskind’s spectacular zigzag construction has firmly established itself as one of Berlin’s most recognisable landmarks. Since it opened in 2001, the building has housed a permanent collection of two millennia of German-Jewish history, with some of the most fascinating exhibition spaces in Germany. Each year over 700,000 people of all ages enjoy various temporary exhibits, exciting events, and a welcoming visitor culture. Temporary exhibitions with a broad range of themes complement the permanent historical exhibition.
From december 10th 2017 Jerusalem will be the subject of a major exhibition. It will be dedicated to a city that is revered as a holy place by Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike but is simultaneously a decades-long flash point in the conflict between Israeli and Palestinian interests.
ISIC card holders get a 63 % discount on admission fees and pay only 3 euros instead of 8 euros.
To get the discount just show your ISIC at the cashiers. For information on exhibitions, upcoming events and opening hours check out the Jewish Museum website.
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