Immerse yourself in the history of Berlin and see the largest Jewish cemetery in the city. Learn about the lives of famous people who died under the National Socialism regime and who were finally laid to rest in Weißensee.
What to Expect
Discover one of the largest and most important cemeteries in Berlin and immerse yourself in Jewish history. Walk through the 40 hectares of grounds and find out about the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe.
Learn about the different graves and the struggles of German Jews as you hear what happened to them during the Third Reich. Visit the graves of famous personages, hear about the fates of these people and their deaths, and see graves noted for their architectural styles, including those made by Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, Messel and Bruno Schmitz.
Know Before You Go
Male visitors must bring a head covering with them.