Planning & Preparation

Covid Guidelines

Hygiene Measures at ANOHA

To make sure that everyone stays healthy, we must all respect the following hygiene measures. For the latest version of the government COVID guide­lines, which also apply to the Jewish Museum Berlin, check the Berlin government’s website or the local press.

Book a time slot in advance

Please note that currently it is only possible to visit ANOHA with a time slot ticket. Please reserve yours before your visit from the online ticket shop.

Masks

We recommend wearing a medical mask in all indoor areas of the museum.

Opening Hours

The Children’s World of the Jewish Museum Berlin is open on the following days:

Tue – Fri 9 am – 1 pm last admissions at 11 am
Sat, Sun, and public holidays 10.304 pm last admissions at 2.45 pm
Mon closed except holidays

Please note that a visit is currently only possible with advance registration or by booking a time-slot ticket online!

Special Opening Hours and Closures

26 September 2022 (Rosh ha-Shanah) closed
27 September 2022 (Rosh ha-Shanah) closed
5 October 2022 (Yom Kippur) closed
12 Nov 2022 (Prize for Understanding and Tolerance) closed
24 December 2022 (Christmas Eve) closed

Tickets

Free admission

Please Note

  • Children can only visit ANOHA when accompanied by an adult and vice versa: adults can only visit ANOHA when accompanying a child. For adults who are not accompanied by a child, we offer Adult Tours to ANOHA.
  • The reservation of a time slot ticket is still required with free admission.
  • ANOHA is participating in the Berlin-wide Museum Sunday program every first Sunday of the month. You can only reserve tickets for Museum Sunday via the website museumssonntag.berlin.

Directions

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Address

Fromet-und-Moses-Mendelssohnplatz 1
10969 Berlin

The entrance to ANOHA is on the north side of the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy near Enckestrasse.

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Public Transit

Hallesches Tor U‑Bahn (metro) station

U1, U3U6

Kochstraße U‑Bahn (metro) station

U6

Jüdisches Museum bus stop

248 bus

Charlottenstraße bus stop

M29 bus

Zossener Brücke bus stop

M41 bus

BVG transit timetables

Parking

Street Parking 

Only a limited number of parking spaces are available on the streets near the museum, which does not have a visitor parking lot.

Bus Parking

Bus parking is available on Lindenstrasse across from the Jewish Museum Berlin.

Parking Spaces for Visitors with Disabilities

Two parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are available in front of the entrance to the Jewish Museum Berlin at Lindenstr. 15. There are two more spaces at Markgrafenstrasse 87. To use one of these parking spaces, you’ll need a disability parking permit (Parkausweis für Schwerbehinderte). To reserve the parking space, please send a brief email to our visitor services (besucherservice@​jmberlin.​de).

Preschool and School Groups

Preschool and school groups are welcome from Tuesday to Friday. This visit is free for groups of children and two accompanying adults and lasts 90 minutes. This offer is only available with advance registration.

Arrival

There is a security checkpoint at the entrance. Please plan for an approximately 15 minutes’ wait to enter the building through the checkpoint.

Child supervision and protection

Adult chaperones hold responsibility for supervising children throughout the entire visit.

Children can only visit ANOHA when accompanied by an adult, and adults can only visit when accompanying a child. Adults without children are welcome to visit us as part of a public tour for adults.

Jackets, bags, strollers, etc.

At the coat check, lockable containers are available for groups to store their jackets, bags, and shoes.

Strollers and carriages cannot be brought into the exhibition. It is possible to park them at coat check.

Non-slip socks and a change of clothing

ANOHA is a non-slip socks museum.” Please bring non-slip socks with you. Entering the Ark barefoot or with street shoes is not allowed.

ANOHA includes a 14-meter-long basin for testing toy boats. Please bring along a change of clothes in case of splashing.

Octopus consisting of old museum stools

Families

Families are welcome to visit ANOHA at all opening hours.

Buying tickets and arrival

Currently, it is only possible to visit ANOHA by booking a time slot in advance from our ticket shop. Please reserve all tickets in advance in our ticket shop. There is a security checkpoint at the entrance to ANOHA. Please allow for approximately 15 minutes of waiting to enter the building.

Child supervision and protection

Adult chaperones hold responsibility for supervising children throughout the entire visit.

Children can only visit the museum when accompanied by an adult, and adults can only visit when accompanying a child. Unaccompanied adults, that is, adults without children, can visit us during a public tour for adults.

Jackets, bags, strollers, etc.

Jackets, backpacks, umbrellas, large bags, etc. must be stored in lockers. You will need a €2 coin as a deposit for each locker.

Strollers and carriages cannot be brought into the exhibition. It is possible to park them at coat check.

A change of clothing and non-slip socks

There is a water basin for testing toy boats in the museum. Please bring a change of dry clothing in case of splashing. Entering the ark in shoes or barefoot is not allowed. Please bring non-slip socks with you.

Photographs

Please note that you need to request permission from everyone in the frame when photographing people.