The Jewish Museum Berlin is set with one of the most unusual examples of contemporary architecture found in Berlin. Opened on 9th September 2011 the zigzag-like museum was designed by American architect Daniel Libeskind.
Permanent exhibitions at the museum are dedicated to the history and life of German Jews. In addition to this the interior features a windowless Holocaust Tower and outside there is the harrowing Garden of Exile, designed in a way to reflect the isolation and disorientation of life in exile.
Visitors will also find a number of contemporary works of art to enjoy.
For more information, including venue opening hours, visit the Jüdisches Museum website.