The Jewish Museum in Berlin is hosting a Hanukkah celebration through the end of the year with a Hanukkah market in the museum garden.
The market will feature kosher mulled wine, holiday food specialties and traditional and kitsch Hanukkah products from Germany, Israel and the United States.
The market also has a special exhibition called “Chrismukkah: Stories of Christmas and Hanukkah.” It looks at the similarities and differences between the two celebrations. The eight-day Jewish festival honors the reopening of the temple in Jerusalem, while Christmas observes the birth of Jesus.
The market is open daily (except December 24) from midday to 6 p.m. Details at www.juedisches-museum-berlin.de