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In the Matzah Bakery
Family and children's Tour with Matzah Baking
Pesah is one of the most important and fun family festivals of the Jewish religion. It is called the »Feast of Unleavened Bread« and lasts for eight days.
The children’s tour tells the story of Pesah, the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and the end of slavery. The children also learn how the festival is traditionally celebrated today and why it lasts for eight days. During this time you eat only unleavened bread, so-called matzah.
The children can try this special bread at the matzah baking – in the Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin, the children prepare the dough and bake the matzah.
Sunday, 12 April 2015, 11 am
Old Building, "Meeting Point" in the foyer
Jewish Museum Berlin
From 5 years
8 euros for adults, 3 euros for children, 14 euros family ticket
Tour with arts and crafts
Contact & registration
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