Anoha - Children's World of the Jewish Museum

Anoha - Children's World of the Jewish Museum

The Anoha Children's Museum is expected to open its doors to young visitors in June 2021.

Kinderwelt «Anoha» im Jüdischen Museum (5)

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13.02.2020, Berlin: Employees work on the construction site of the Jewish Museum's children's world Anoha next to the Rhino during the press tour.

In the former wholesale market hall opposite the main building of the Jewish Museum, a realm for children has been created. Thematically, the children's world Anoha is based on the story of Noah's Ark from the Torah and offers young visitors around 2,700 square meters to explore, discover and play. Anoha is designed for children between the ages of three and ten. The hands-on museum is designed for playful and interactive visits.

Animal inhabitants on the wooden ark

The eye-catcher and center of the exhibition in the Children's Museum is a large, round wooden ark filled with 150 animal sculptures that children can touch, pet and even feed. The main actors, however, are the little visitors themselves. They can playfully explore the museum and take the controls. Along the way, they think about respectful treatment of people, nature and animals and sustainable use of resources.

Game stations invite to participate

Various game stations invite single or several children to master exciting tasks - such as building their own ark and mastering a water course with it, redesigning the future or composing a water concert.

Address, opening hours and contact


Lindenstr. 9-14
10969 Berlin
+49 (0)30 259 933 00
Opening Hours
Tuesday through Friday for daycare and school groups: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sunday and holidays for families: 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed Monday. Closed on 07, 08 and 16 September 2021.
Admission Fee

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| Last edited: 25. March 2022