Historical Sights and Museums

  • Archäologisches Museum Frankfurt

    The Archaeological Museum is dedicated to researching, presenting and informing about the prehistoric, roman, mediaeval and more recent archaeology of Frankfurt and its surrounding countryside

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  • Bibelhaus ErlebnisMuseum

    The Bible is not a defunct book – it is a book of life and a cultural asset in one

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  • Deutsches Romantik-Museum / Freies Deutsches Hochstift

    The Deutsches Romantik-Museum opens September, 14th in 2021.

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  • Dom and Dom Museum

    From 1356 until 1792 the "Kaiserdom" (Emperor's Cathedral) served as the church for the election and and after 1562 the coronation of all German Emperors.

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  • Eintracht Frankfurt Museum

    Exhibition area exceeding 400 m2 on the turbulent history of Eintracht Frankfurt

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  • Ernst May House

    Residential estates such as Römerstadt, Praunheim, Westhausen and Am Bornheimer Hang arose during the years 1925 to 1930 under Frankfurt Building Director Ernst May

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  • Feuerwehrmuseum Frankfurt

    A cross section of fire brigade history

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  • Frankfurter Feldbahnmuseum e.V.

    Two large vehicle halls, several ancillary buildings and a rail route to show the history of locomotives

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  • Frankfurter Goethe Museum – Goethe House

    Johann Wolfgang Goethe's parental home as a memorial place with a painting gallery, a manuscripts archive, a print collection and a library

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  • Hindemith Kabinett

    Exhibition on the life and work of the musician and composer Paul Hindemith at Kuhhirtenturm

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