It is a very important regional museum in Frankfurt. It is full of modern objects and works of art. This museum is also quite large. You can also visit many local German creations throughout the place.
I really don't know art. I thought it was being renovated. The ticket price was quite expensive. 6.5O. Then the administrator inside only reminded the Chinese not to be too close to the exhibits and not to take videos. Although it may be that Chinese people are not very good. But I still have a feeling of being treated differently.
The museum is located in a triangular area north of the cathedral in the center of Frankfurt. Because of the triangular shape of the museum, it is also often called a cake. Opening time: Tuesday – Sunday Monday closed
In this 5,000-square-meter exhibition hall, all exhibits are taken down every six months, and new works are re-collected and exhibited to show the "new dialogue". Its fixed collection of works by RoyLichtenstein, ClaesOldenburg, and JosephBeuys. There are often some theme exhibitions.
A visit to the modern art museum is definitely worth it, and with time for just one museum I don't regret that this was the one I chose. The building itself is an impressive and distinguished piece of architecture, and worth seeing even if you don't want to step inside. If you do pay to go in though, you'll see what you'd expect in a modern art museum, a lot of work from the likes of Andy Warhol and Pop Art pieces.
The Museum of Modern Art is a museum with a very strong artistic atmosphere, which exhibits many art works by emerging German artists.
Preston_Dominguez: Domstr. 10, 60311 Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The Roman Forum,Frankfurt Cathedral,Goethe House,Iron Footbridge,Main