3D Tours through both Locations

Screenshot of the Former Synagogue Kriegshaber

Since May we have been making our permanent exhibition in the west wing of the synagogue in the City Center and the Former Synagogue Kriegshaber available online as a 3D tour. You can move virtually through the locations and learn a lot about Jewish history in Augsburg and Bavarian Swabia from the Middle Ages to the present day. We wish you many exciting discoveries!

To the tour through the City Center: https://dimension3.cloud/jmas-innenstadt

For a tour of the site Former Synagogue Kriegshaber: https://dimension3.cloud/jmas


We would like to thank Sven Exenberger and his company Protour360 GmbH for the realization of the virtual tours.

Your Visit during Covid-19

We look forward to welcoming you again personally to the Jewish Museum Augsburg Swabia. We have drawn up a hygiene concept for our two locations that serves both your protection and that of our employees.

Please observe the following measures during your visit:

12 people can be admitted to the City Center at the same time, 15 people at the Former Synagogue Kriegshaber (you are welcome to call in advance to find out about the occupancy rate: City Center: 0049 821 51 36 11; Former Synagogue Kriegshaber: 0049 821 44 42 87 17) Please come either alone or with your family / people you live with please make an appointment on site with a maximum of one additional person hand disinfectant is available at the museum reception Please wear a mouth-and-nose protection during your visit Men are asked to bring their own headgear Please keep a minimum distance of 1.5 – 2 metres to other people during your visit The Hands-On-Stations are currently not available for hygienic reasons You can borrow a multimedia guide at the Former Synagogue Kriegshaber site and use it with your own headphones We currently offer guided group tours for a maximum of 5 people, keeping the necessary safety distance (City Center: information and registration here: Phone: 0049 821 51 36 -11 / -39 & Mail: empfang@jmaugsburg.de; Former Synagogue Kriegshaber: Phone: 0049 821 44 42 87 17 & Mail: kh@jmaugsburg.de) The public guided tours will be resumed. A maximum of 5 persons are permitted, subject to the required safety distance.

We look forward to seeing you!

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