Public guided tours of the Jewish Museum

The new Jewish Museum Frankfurt presents Frankfurt’s Jewish history from 1800 to the present day. It opens windows onto the achievements of emancipation and the dawn of modernity. At the same time, it shows how closely the Enlightenment and modernization are linked to hostility towards Jews, right up to the Shoah. Numerous interactive elements invite you to build, do puzzles, paint, solve puzzles and listen, and there are also child-friendly object descriptions and activity booklets.

If you want to get to know the museum first, then come on a free public tour. Wednesdays at 14:00, Fridays at 15:00 and on many Sundays at 15:00.

Click here for the calendar of events. Please register no later than 12:00 noon on weekdays before the desired date. Contact: besuch.jmf@stadt-frankfurt.de.

Weitere Highlights

Mini pear

The MINISCHIRN is a creative adventure and experience space for children from the age of three up to primary school age.

Außenansicht Stoltze-Museum der Frankfurter Sparkasse

An audio guide through the Stoltze Museum by schoolchildren for schoolchildren

In about 20 minutes, you will find out what the old town looked like when the author and satirist Friedrich Stoltze still lived here.


Art for kids at the DZ Bank Art Foundation

Every first Saturday between 3:30 and 5:30 pm there is a free workshop for children aged between 5 and 12 at the Art Foundation. Come along and discover all forms of photographic art!


Rallies at the Money Museum

In the Money Museum, the world of money becomes an experience. Explore the museum with exciting rallies!