Jewish Museum – building ensemble composed of a Baroque house, postmodern Libeskind building, the glass courtyard and academy
- Café Schmus – traditional Jewish cuisine
- Cosy museum garden
The Jewish Museum in Berlin is one of the most spectacular museum buildings and a real tourist magnet. Whether Libeskind's new building is in fact a 'special' or a 'normal' museum, a deconstructionist masterpiece or a design innovation, intellectualism in the form of architecture or an exhibit in itself – this is decided anew each day and very individually through the perception of each visitor, whom the architecture intends to stimulate.
Café Schmus in the Jewish Museum Berlin is open to all museum visitors as well as to external restaurant guests who do not wish to visit the exhibition. The aromatic dishes represent a new, creative direction in the traditional Jewish cuisine.