Category: Free for all under 18

The Archaeological Museum preserves, researches and communicates Frankfurt’s oldest history and brings classical antiquity and the ancient Orient to life!

It is the most beautiful museum in the world and has a fistful of humor behind its walls: With its collection of works from the “New Frankfurt School”, the Caricatura Museum has the highest humor content on the museum scene.

The Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM)—Germany’s first architecture museum, in existence since 1984—is considered one of the leading addresses for historical and contemporary architecture.

Deutsche Bundesbank’s Money Museum is a unique place of learning and exciting experiences.

Kuhhirtenturm (Tower of the Cowherds) was built in 1390 and restored to its original glory by the City of Frankfurt in 2011. Fondation Hindemith has installed a memorial space here to composer Paul Hindemith, who lived in the building from 1923 to 1927.

The Adlerwerke historical site is a place of remembrance and education that invites further exchange and is also committed to a diverse, open and democratic coexistence in our present day.

Historisches Museum Frankfurt is the city’s oldest museum and one of the largest city museums in Europe.

Ikonenmuseum Frankfurt presents the highlights of its collection, which has been developed on the basis of the icons bequeathed to it by Dr. Jörgen Schmidt-Voigt, in a redesigned permanent exhibition.

The Institut für Stadtgeschichte (Institute for the History of Frankfurt) is Frankfurt’s ‘memory’.

Immerse yourself in the diversity of Jewish cultures and find out more about the important history and multifaceted lives of Jews in Frankfurt from the Renaissance and the Emancipation of the Jews to our present day.