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New Synagogue

Berlin, Germany
4.2 / 26
Jewish temple of the middle of the XIX century. Surprisingly, the Wehrmacht authorities did not destroy him, but simply closed in 1940, adapted the premises for a warehouse. The synagogue also survived during the bombing, although it was significantly damaged. After the war, they decided not to rebuild the temple, since almost all Jews - potential parishioners were killed under Hitler. The building was demolished in 1958, only the facade remained of it. After the unification of Germany, the synagogue was restored.
Address:Oranienburger Str. 28-30, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 88028300
Hours:monday: 10:00–18:00 tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–15:00 saturday: Closed sunday: 10:00–18:00

Visiting too many museums is not my thing, but if you are interesting in learning how the Jewish people faced the WWII, it's the place to go.
A huge amount of interesting information, so we didn't then go onto the Jewish Museum. Amazing view from outside at the back. I wish we'd actually bee.. Read more »
Very informative and interesting exhibition on the Jewish community in Berlin particularly before the Second World War. It’s so sad to read about the.. Read more »
Unfortunately the synagogue was seriously damaged in the past and nothing left behind. Therefore, our visit was a bit disappointing. It can be visited.. Read more »
I don't care how nice the museum was inside, I accompanied an older relative and the security guards humiliated her with snarky and unnecessary questi.. Read more »
What a beautiful building. It was closed today. But was worth passing by to see
My first time in a Synagogue beautiful experience. Calm and very well secured place.
Must-see in Berlin, the former center of Jewish life. Engaging exhibits in print and digital. Home to very important archive of photos by photographer.. Read more »
I heard some really interesting stories about Jewish life in Berlin, including Jewish history, and facts and artefacts from the holocaust years! It wa.. Read more »
Interesting exebition about the history of this place. Loved the interviews with people that remember the place before the Holocaust
Stunning Synagogue steeped in history, beautifully preserved. One of the most beautiful buildings in Berlin. Very welcoming staff. A must visit! Thank.. Read more »
An amazingly preserved, very important part of the Jewish story of this city. Allow a good few hours to see it all and make sure you get the audio gui.. Read more »
We had a very interesting tour if the synagogue. I learned many new things from a very professional and knowledgeable guide.
Nice Architecture Attending Louis Lewandowski Festival 2016 Opening
It's not a synagogue anymore, it's just a museum. Not worthy
Interesting exhibitions and an amazing space.
A place that tells an important part of history. Audioguides available at an extra cost. The story that museum wants to tell could be more consistent.. Read more »
Recommend it to everyone. Very informative!
From the outside it looks great, its a pity there is an entrance to pay and not a voluntary donation
If you're interested in Berlin's history, you have to see this place as well. Because the Judish history also a German history. The building is beauti.. Read more »
Beautiful. Powerful. History. New beginnings.
Sad place of the sad history. But worth to see.
Very nice museum from the late 18th century. Happy to visit and happy it was not destroyed. I also felt very safe.
Looks nice from the outside and it is the most beautiful building in Berlin and the Coziest building in the whole city.At night its lights up like a g.. Read more »
An amazing sight to behold. The synagogue is beautiful from the outside, well at least what's left of it and the museum and art collection inside of i.. Read more »
The facade of the site is spectacular, the interior is a good museum that explains the history and life of the community and the place. It is somewhat.. Read more »
Prior to entering you are required to complete a security check. Then you proceed to ticket sales. No Photos allowed. This is always a red flag for me.. Read more »
Beautiful place! Synagogue and museum at the same time. I liked that I could see the damaged made during WW2. It made me think of how much this place .. Read more »