At Anoha, the Children’s World of the Jewish Museum Berlin, the story of the Flood and Noah’s Ark is brought to life in an interactive exhibition for children and adults.
After a short introduction, the ANOHIs, the staff, will accompany you together as a group from chapter to chapter of the story. First you will go through heavy rain showers and floods (don’t worry, you won’t get wet 😉 ) and then on to the huge, wooden ark.
Over 150 incredibly creatively designed animal figures await you on the ark. You can touch them, “feed” them, sometimes even carry them around and of course climb on them.
At each station, the story is told and you can interact in different ways.
You can expect slides, climbing stations, caves, hammocks and much more.
We were thrilled !
INFORMATION FOR YOUR VISIT
The entrance to the Anoha is free for everyone.
Tickets must be booked online in advance (you may need some patience here, they are always activated 14 days in advance and are booked out quickly) : https://shop.jmberlin.de/#/tickets
There are lockers in the entrance area.
The exhibition is visited on socks! If you have, it is best to bring stopper socks from home. You can also borrow some free of charge on site.
The ANOHA is barrier-free accessible. There is a barrier-free WC. Only the climbing elements of some stations are not barrier-free.
HOW TO GET THERE
U1, U3, U6: Hallesches Tor
U6: Kochstraße/Checkpoint Charlie
248: Bus Stop Jüdisches Museum Berlin
M29: Bus Stop Lindenstraße/Ecke Oranienstraße
M41: Bus Stop Zossener Brücke