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Museum Ephraim-Palais

Exhibitions on Berlin’s history and culture

The history of the Ephraim Palace is connected with its namesake Veitel Heine Ephraim, a Jewish court jeweler and coin leaseholder in the service of Prussia’s King Frederick II. The building was erected from 1762 to 1769. It was reconstructed in the 1980s. It is located on the corner of Poststraße and Mühlendamm in Berlin-Mitte.
© Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Fiona Hirschmann
On three floors you can experience Berlin history in special exhibitions.
© Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Sandra Weller

Located on the edge of the Nikolaiviertel, the Museum Ephraim-Palais is home to special exhibitions by the Stadtmuseum Berlin covering a wide range of topics related to the history and culture of Berlin, as well as events, workshops and other activities.

Location
Museum Ephraim-Palais
Poststraße 16
10178 Berlin

Opening Hours
temporarily closed

The building, whose rich history dates back over 250 years, was completely restored in 1987 for Berlin’s 750th anniversary. The Stadtmuseum Berlin also uses this unique location to host events connected with its exhibitions and exclusive presentations of objects from its collection. During opening hours, the museum shop offers a variety of literature and souvenirs related to the exhibitions.

Info & Service

Opening Hours

temporarily closed

Directions

Poststraße 16
10178 Berlin

Contact

Infoline
+49 30 24 002-162
Mo – Fri | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
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Accessibility

The Ephraim-Palais is accessible without steps. All exhibition areas are accessible via an elevator. There are barrier-free toilets in the building.