Jewish Museums Berlin, photo: Yves Sucksdorff
Welcome to ANOHA!
We aim to make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible. To that end, we ask that you observe the following rules. By entering our buildings, you accept the provisions of our house rules. They may be supplemented or changed for a limited period and any such changes will be communicated to you separately.
Security screening at the entrance is mandatory. Coats, umbrellas, large bags and backpacks should be securely stowed in the lockers. Items are left in the cloakroom at your own risk. Strollers/pushchairs may not be brought into the exhibition. It is not permitted to display antisemitic, racist or anti-constitutional texts or symbols.
Children may only visit the exhibition in the company of adults and vice versa. The duty of supervision lies with the accompanying adult. Entrance to the Children’s World and use of the exhibits are at the visitor’s own risk.
Please note that ANOHA must not be entered in shoes or bare feet. Children must wear non-slip socks. Visitors may consume their own food and drink in the designated picnic area only.
We ask that you do not use ANOHA for private events.
Animals may not be brought into the exhibition, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs. Smoking, including the use of e‑cigarettes, is prohibited in all buildings.
Please refrain from using mobile phones during your visit.
The instructions of the museum staff must be followed at all times. Visitors who fail to do so may be asked to leave the museum and banned from the premises.
Please treat all museum installations with care. You may take photographs or videos for private purposes, but the use of flash units, tripods or selfie sticks is not permitted. You are responsible for compliance with the rules of copyright and personal rights. Commercial use of your images is only permitted after obtaining written consent from the museum.
Should you require any further assistance, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for visiting the museum!
Jewish Museum Berlin Foundation