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#CLOSEDBUTOPEN The Jewish Museum in November 2020

Exhibitions Closed, “Lichtbau” Open

The exhibitions in the Jewish Museum and the Museum Judengasse will be closed in November. The Digital Museum and the Jewish Museum’s “Lichtbau,” including the library, Literaturhandlung, and the kosher FLOWDELI, will remain open.

Our Library Remains Open!

The library in the Jewish Museum will remain open in November 2020. Visitors can find specialist literature on the history, religion, and culture of Judaism here as well as quiet workplaces. Children and young people are also very welcome. Picture books, novels, comics, and graphic novels on every aspect of Judaism are available in a reading environment that is as exciting as it is relaxing.

Dairy Kosher to Go at the FLOWDELI

Dairy kosher delicacies from the FLOWDELI
Dairy kosher delicacies from the FLOWDELI

The FLOWDELI in the Jewish Museum will also remain open. You can get dairy kosher delicacies and drinks to go: bagels, pasta, a selection of salads, hummus, desserts, and much more. The FLOWDELI, which serves vegetarian/pescatarian cuisine, is the only dairy kosher café in Frankfurt.

The FLOWDELI is open in November from Tuesday to Fridays, 11 am to 3 pm an on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 4 pm.

Literaturhandlung

The Museum Shop, operated by the Literaturhandlung, is also housed in the Jewish Museum’s “Lichtbau.” Visitors can find publications from the Jewish Museum here, as well as exhibition catalogues, fascinating literature on an array of Jewish themes, merchandise, and Judaica.

The shop is open in November 2020 from Wednesday to Sunday from 12 to 4 pm.

Digital Museum

Our digital offers also continue to remain open:

  • In our new digital collection, visitors can find every object from the Jewish Museum’s new permanent exhibition, augmented by stories that bring these objects together.
  • We continue to provide fascinating material on Jewish history, art, and culture on our social media channels Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well as on our blog Blog.
  • On our YouTube-Kanal, visitors can find numerous videos on all the museum’s topics as well as recordings of past events.
  • At Google Arts & Culture, we offer visitors a range of digital exhibitions.