The ANOHA children's world opened to young visitors of preschool and grade-school age on 27 June 2021.
It is a new part of the Jewish Museum Berlin by Olson Kundig Architecture and Architekturbüro Engelbrecht.
House-in-house climate concept: Transsolar
Stories of the creation, flood, and new beginnings that appear in various religions. Here, a round wooden ark picks up the theme to encourage young guests to think about the respectful coexistence of people, animals, and nature, and to embolden them to take action towards a diverse and better world.
In and around the ark, animals large and small from around the world fly, stand, and crawl, inviting children to climb, make music, or feed them.
You need to order a ticket for a timeslot, but entry is free of charge (with the exception of temporary exhibitions)
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Photo: Yves Sucksdorff; with courtesy of the Jewish Museum Berlin