One of the main goals of Munich’s Jewish Museum is to provide fluidity to their exhibitions, allowing for exploration of multiple themes of Jewish history. While there are fixed collections, there are also different, changing exhibitions that add depth to the museum's displays, and show the dynamic history of Jews in Bavaria. On its three floors, visitors can explore a shifting selection of facets into Jewish life and history around Munich. Each floor also offers a study area for visitors to research the issues and topics presented. If you’re hoping to immerse yourself in Munich’s history, then a stop here is a must for your Munich trip plan.
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