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Museum Networks

The Jewish Museum Berlin is delighted with the interest in German-Jewish history and would like to encourage all visitors to share their thoughts and experiences on this topic with others. The pages of our website therefore have a feature at the end of each page that enables redistribution of the page by mail or in different social networks.

Jannowitz Bridge (detail)

Martin Dzubas, Jannowitz Bridge, Berlin around 1935, photograph (b/w)
© Jewish Museum Berlin, donated by Hans Dzubas


You can visit us at the following social networks to learn about activities and topics surrounding the Jewish Museum Berlin, to comment and to share with us and others.
Your opinion is important to us, so we welcome constructive comments that contribute to stimulating dialogue – we kindly ask you to communicate respectfully, observing the usual etiquette. We reserve the right not to publish or to remove posts whose content is illegal, racist, antisemitic, sexist, extremist, pornographic, libelous or defamatory without notice and at the discretion of our editors. We also proceed accordingly with posts that include advertising or commercial content.

Facebook and Google+

The Jewish Museum Berlin has its own presence on Facebook and Google+ to communicate with visitors, colleagues, and all other interested parties. Here you will find information about the museum’s events and activities, insights into our exhibitions and the museum’s rooms as well as recommendations on interesting exhibitions, events, and publications that take place elsewhere. All posts are bilingual German / English.

If you would like to let us know whether you like an event, exhibition or project and use one of the two networks, visit us at Facebook or Google+.


The Jewish Museum Berlin is also active on Twitter. Here we inform (in German ) about forthcoming events, the program accompanying current exhibitions, new texts on our museum blog or updates in our online showcase. We share interesting articles, news, and photos, and sometimes live tweets from events.
Should you be interested in news from the Jewish Museum Berlin, then follow us on Twitter: @jmberlin


The Jewish Museum Berlin has a German and an English-language YouTube channel to which you can subscribe. Most of the videos published there can also be viewed on our website. They present our exhibitions, provide insight into the museum’s work, and document events or various aspects of German-Jewish history. The YouTube share feature enables you to recommend our videos or embed them in your own site.


You can share your thoughts with us on our museum blog "Blogerim." The consistently bilingual blog provides anecdotes from everyday work in the museum and behind-the-scenes peeks at the exhibition-making process. We also discuss new books or other relevant topics from the field of German-Jewish history and present here. The comment feature enables you to discuss these issues with us. We are also delighted if you link thematically appropriate blog texts with your own blog (our blog allows pingbacks and trackbacks).


The group "Jewish Museum Berlin" can be found on the online platform Flickr. It allows people to view or share with others photos of the museum’s architecture and exhibitions:


Issuu.com is an online platform where magazines, newspapers, brochures, books and other printed matter can be read and in some cases downloaded. Visitors can comment on individual titles, rate, bookmark, or subscribe, and share with other readers.
The Jewish Museum Berlin publishes the biannual, bilingual "JMB Journal" online at Issuu.com: http://issuu.com/jmb_journal

Basic information about the Jewish Museum Berlin and current special exhibitions can be found on the following website:

Museumsportal Berlin : http://www.museumsportal-berlin.de/en

The portal provides insight into the profiles and activities of virtually all Berlin’s museums and is managed by "Kulturprojekte GmbH Berlin."

Euromuse.net : www.euromuse.net

This portal provides information on the most important exhibitions of the great European museums and is managed by the Institute of Museology of the Berlin State Museums and supported by NEMO (Network of European Museum Organizations).

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