Jewish Museum

Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany

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The Venue: For all types of events from gala dinners to exclusive receptions the Jewish Museum in Berlin has raised the bars for event organization. The stunning architecture plays a great role in the new standards setting, as well as the fact that it has various event rooms designed by the one and only Daniel Libeskind.  The Glass Courtyard can host 300 to 500 guests for a conference or a dinner, on a 657 square meters area, overlooking the lush museum garden. Next the Great Hall is the ideal location for symposium and conferences seating 200 people. This space is multifunctional and easily transformable from a working environment to a space for festive occasions. And in the summer months  the Museum Garden designed by the acclaimed Kollhof & Ovaska  is the perfect spot for luncheons and evening receptions. The central Auditorium, lit with  a high ceiling, can host up to 80  people and there is an atrium for chatty networking get-togethers. Sounds classy! And it would be our pleasure to provide you with all the detailed information about booking this magnificent spot. Contact us.

The Venue: For all types of events from gala dinners to exclusive receptions the Jewish Museum in Berlin has raised the bars for event organization. The stunning architecture plays a great role in the new standards setting, as well as the fact that it has various event rooms designed by the one and only Daniel Libeskind.  The Glass Courtyard can host 300 to 500 guests for a conference or a dinner, on a 657 square meters area, overlooking the lush museum garden. Next the Great Hall is the ideal location for symposium and conferences seating 200 people. This space is multifunctional and easily transformable from a working environment to a space for festive occasions. And in the summer months  the Museum Garden designed by the acclaimed Kollhof & Ovaska  is the perfect spot for luncheons and evening receptions. The central Auditorium, lit with  a high ceiling, can host up to 80  people and there is an atrium for chatty networking get-togethers. Sounds classy! And it would be our pleasure to provide you with all the detailed information about booking this magnificent spot. Contact us.

Situated at the border crossing of a once split city, the JM Berlin is located in a very central spot, giving the opportunity to explore both Mitte and Kreuzberg in just one trip. First not to be missed is the Checkpoint Charlie, former border cross between the east and the west. If you continue down along the pedestrian Friedrichstrasse, you will find yourself in a shopping heaven. The Galeries Lafayette is there too. Then check out the Gendarmenmarkt and the third wave coffee shop of Bonanza.  Cocktails or dinner in Crackers is a very sweet must or maybe a visit to the traditional Augustiner Brewery?  On the Kreuzberg side there is the chilled cafe and concept store The Hallesches House and directly at the canal, cool vibe boat restaurant Van Loon, with all the German classics. The Select Hotel at Checkpoint Charlie is probably the best accommodation option, as it is just a few minutes walking to the stunning JMB venue.

Situated at the border crossing of a once split city, the JM Berlin is located in a very central spot, giving the opportunity to explore both Mitte and Kreuzberg in just one trip. First not to be missed is the Checkpoint Charlie, former border cross between the east and the west. If you continue down along the pedestrian Friedrichstrasse, you will find yourself in a shopping heaven. The Galeries Lafayette is there too. Then check out the Gendarmenmarkt and the third wave coffee shop of Bonanza.  Cocktails or dinner in Crackers is a very sweet must or maybe a visit to the traditional Augustiner Brewery?  On the Kreuzberg side there is the chilled cafe and concept store The Hallesches House and directly at the canal, cool vibe boat restaurant Van Loon, with all the German classics. The Select Hotel at Checkpoint Charlie is probably the best accommodation option, as it is just a few minutes walking to the stunning JMB venue.

If you are looking for more specific information about the Jewish Museum in terms of venue size, space compatibility, or additional information about the area, contact us by clicking here. We’d love to chat and help you plan your event here in Berlin.

If you are looking for more specific information about the Jewish Museum in terms of venue size, space compatibility, or additional information about the area, contact us by clicking here. We’d love to chat and help you plan your event here in Berlin.

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