Experience Jewish Vienna digitally!
Through our digital channels, we are bringing the Jewish Museum Vienna directly to you. That way, you can visit our current exhibitions and permanent collections at any time.
Come take a walk through “Our City! Jewish Vienna – Then to Now” at the Google Art & Culture website. Here, you can explore and learn all about the objects on display in our permanent exhibition and even get a closer look at the artifacts.
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Via our social media channels, we offer exciting and unique insights about our current exhibitions.
Every Wednesday at 5 p.m. (CET) director Danielle Spera presents the exhibition "Little Vienna in Shanghai". In the entertaining episodes, she not only takes you on a trip to Shanghai, but also tells you about the stories of the 22 Viennese families who are portrayed in the exhibition.
Did you miss an episode? No problem! Subscribe to our YouTube channel and watch the episodes at a time of your choosing.
Yiddish in Viennese
What a Bahöö! My best Haberer! Are they completely meschugge now? It’s a shame that the Beisln are closed!
From the middle of the 19th century, the Yiddish language found its way into Viennese dialect. Every Monday in a new series “Yiddish/Viennese” on our social media channels, we will present a Viennese word that is actually also a Yiddish word or vice versa.
Subscribe to our social media channels now and take part in the weekly digital language experience!
Do you miss our exhibitions and museum stories?
Theodor Herzl’s bicycle, “Victoria Blitz,” is wondering what Viennese are doing in China. Do you know how to play Mahjong? Where did Friedrich Kantor get his stage name “Torberg” from? Why are there four receptacles in the museum collection for accepting donations for the impoverished and for poor brides?
We introduce objects on our museum blog, tell background stories about the exhibitions or let the objects themselves speak.
»You can find the museum stories here
You can now find the Jewish Museum Vienna on Spotify. Listen to a playlist compiled by director Danielle Spera or discover musically Jewish Vienna.
Image (c) Ouriel Morgensztern