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This is a very modern facility that we decided to visit on our last day in Munich after looking for it the previous two days. We were surprised there wasn't more there....my husband is Jewish, and we were looking for more of a history of...More
This modern building was only open for permanent exhobit( with fair reduction in entrance fee) but what is there is minimal and poorly presented.Given how signs were laid out it was virtually impossible to read the full signage since many were made out vertically rather...More
This is a very interesting museum!
However €6 each is a bit much for around an hours worth of museum.
It would be great for them to expand on the story of how Jews settled and where treated in Munich from their first settlement there....More
You are charged 6 euros to see very little.A time line and some people's experiences in the basement,and cartoons on the second floor.they need to do a lot better than this.Don't waste your money.I was there for less than 15 minutes.
Given this museum is in Munich I expected the exhibit to be a robust representation of the Jewish experience and history in Germany, including the terrible years of the holocaust. Instead, the exhibit is very light in substance and material. Given all the history they...More
Having seen the permanent collection more than once, this time we focused on the special (and apparently not very popular) special exhibition, a series of drawings by the Israeli artist Evan Shakine on the theme “A Muslim, a Christian, and a Jew ...” There are...More
Was there with my father on July 10 and found the exhibits and information well organized and presented well. Obviously a touchy subject in Germany but at the same time was educational and well done. I highly recommend if you have two hours to spare.
6 euros to get in for a museum visit where I was left feeling "Am I missing nearly every exhibit?".
This was without a doubt the worst Jewish museum and worse any museum ever because there is hardly anything there!!
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We were happy to see that a Jewish museum was recently erected in the city of Nazism’s birth. It is small but poignant. Although it doesn’t offer many exhibits, it has an interesting collection of cartoons that question why mankind doesn’t understand that we are...More
This interesting museum doesn’t offer a lot in the way of exhibits but what is does have is impressive.
There is a permanent exhibit of comics depicting Jewish people through the years. Also a temporary exhibit with drawings of 3 people and their views -...More