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The overview lists all museums in Frankfurt that anyone under 18 can visit free of charge. For the other museums and the zoo “Free with the KUFTI” you need the KUFTI to get free admission.

Archäologisches Museum Frankfurt

Archäologisches Museum Frankfurt preserves, researches and communicates the history of the City of Frankfurt

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Bibelhaus – Erlebnismuseum

The history and writings of a small nation in the ancient Orient have been the blueprint for religions, literature, art and culture for over 2,000 years right through to the present.

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Bildungsstätte Anne Frank

Everyone knows Anne Frank – but few people know that she and her family originated from Frankfurt, Germany. Today, the Anne Frank Educational Center is located in Frankfurt, in the neighbourhood where Anne grew up at a young age.

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CARICATURA MUSEUM FRANKFURT

It’s the most beautiful museum in the world and comes with a trunkful of tricks: The Caricatura Museum with its works by the “New Frankfurt School” has the highest humor content in the museum scene.

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DEUTSCHES ARCHITEKTURMUSEUM

Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) was inaugurated in 1984 as the first architecture museum in Germany.

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DFF – Deutsches Filmmuseum & Filminstitut

DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum is home to not only a museum, but also a cinema, archives and collections, festivals, digital platforms, research and digitisation projects as well as numerous educational programs, all of them uniquely brought together under a single roof.

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Dommuseum Frankfurt

Dommuseum Frankfurt shows ecclesiastical treasury art, a rich collection of Medieval and Baroque Eucharistic vestments and important exhibits relating to Frankfurt’s Imperial cathedral.

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ernst-may-haus

The mayhaus is located in the housing estate Römerstadt, not far from the Nidda Park

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Eintracht Frankfurt Museum

Frankfurt: Das ist Goethe, Äppelwoi, Römer, Wolkenkratzer – und die Eintracht. Seit über 120 Jahren elektrisiert der Fußballverein die Stadt.

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Feuerwehrmuseum Frankfurt

In order to give the citizens an insight into the tradition of the fire service in the historical sense, the museum collects everything from the field of fire services. Exhibits are also being restored at great expense.

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Fotografie Forum Frankfurt

Fotografie Forum Frankfurt (FFF) is among the leading independent centres for photography in Europe.

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Frankfurter Goethe-Haus / Freies Deutsches Hochstift

The Goethe-Haus is among the most important memorial places dedicated to the German poet.

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Frankfurter Kunstverein

Frankfurter Kunstverein is an interdisciplinary exhibition space for contemporary art and culture.

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Geldmuseum der Deutschen Bundesbank

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

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Hindemith Kabinett im Kuhhirtenturm

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.

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Historisches Museum Frankfurt

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

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IKONEN-MUSEUM FRANKFURT

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.

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INSTITUT FÜR STADTGESCHICHTE

The Institute for the History of Frankfurt is one of the most important municipal archives in Germany and one of the oldest cultural institutions in Frankfurt.

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Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt

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.

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Junges Museum Frankfurt

Junges Museum Frankfurt is an inspiring place of learning for all that offers hands-on knowledge.

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Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung

With over 3,000 works on around 1,600 m² of floor space the Liebieghaus, located centrally on the banks of the River Main, is one of the most important sculpture museums world-wide.

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Museum Angewandte Kunst

Museum Angewandte Kunst is decidedly a role model as regards contemporary museum concepts.

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Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt

The multi-award-winning museum building on Schaumainkai offers visitors a comprehensive insight into the history of communications.

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Museum Giersch der Goethe-Universität

Museum Giersch of Goethe University presents changing exhibitions on diverse topics from the fields of art, culture and science.

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Museum Judengasse

Amid the archaeologically reconstructed excavations on Frankfurt’s former Judengasse the permanent exhibition unfurls a panorama of Jewish daily life in early modern times.

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MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST

Since its foundation, the MMK has seen itself as a venue for experimentation and reflection.

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Portikus

Portikus is an internationally renowned institution for contemporary art.

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Porzellan Museum Frankfurt

Porzellan Museum Frankfurt presents the most extensive publicly accessible collection of Höchst faiences and porcelain.

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Schirn

The SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANKFURT is one of the most renowned and high-profile exhibition venues in Europe is located between Dom and Römer.

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Senckenberg Naturmuseum

Senckenberg Museum of Natural History is one of the largest museums of its kind in Europe.

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Städel Museum

Founded in 1815 as a civic foundation by banker and merchant Johann Friedrich Städel, Städel Museum is regarded as the oldest and most renowned museum foundation in Germany.

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Stoltze-Museum der Frankfurter Sparkasse

Stoltze-Museum was founded in 1978 and is supported by Frankfurter Sparkasse and Frankfurter Sparkasse foundation.

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Struwwelpeter-Museum

The world of Shockheaded Peter and his author comes to life in Frankfurt’s new Old Town.

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TOWER MMK

With TOWER MMK in the TaunusTurm, MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST has a third venue since 2014.

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WELTKULTUREN MUSEUM

Weltkulturen Museum, housed in three 19th century villas on the banks of the River Main, is a hub of interdisciplinary collaboration.

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ZOLLAMT MMK

Since 2007 the former Frankfurt chief customs office has been converted into a venue of MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST.

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Zoo Frankfurt

Over 4,500 very large and very small animals from around 500 different species live in Frankfurt Zoo.

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