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Must-Visit Museums in Frankfurt

TOP 1
Staedel Museum
4.5/5
63 Reviews
Frankfurt
1km from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"The Steid Museum is also a small museum in German style. It is located in the Old Town of Frankfurt. It is also a good place to travel. I like the many museums in this old town. Walking tour is the best way."

Reasons to Recommend: The Stadler Museum is a well-known art museum in Germany, funded by the Frankfurt banker Stadl. With more than 100,000 works in the collection, spanning more than 700 years, it has an extensive collection of medieval and modern German, Japanese, Italian, Dutch and French paintings. The museum includes medieval German frondo paintings (Jan van Eyck, Dura, Hobain, Cranach), Italian painters from the 14th to the 18th centuries (Botticelli Fraangier) Lick, Raphael, Thiepolo), 17th-century masters (Elsheimer Rubens, Rembrandt, Femmel, Poussin), Romantics and Nazarés (Faure) As well as the works of the Expressionists (Beckomann, Lerchner). The museum is mainly divided into three floors. The second floor collects works of art from a long time ago, the first floor is modern and the basement is modern. In the open space in the backyard of the museum, there are light-transmitting patios connected to the ground floor, which are illuminated during the day and illuminated at night.

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TOP 2
Museumsufer
4.3/5
61 Reviews
Frankfurt
880m from downtown
Museums
Lavender and Sun
"The Riverbank Museum District is a very open place with beautiful and pleasant scenery! Very suitable for the whole family to take the kids to play together! The local style is simple and hospitable! Will greet you enthusiastically!"

Reasons to Recommend: The Frankfurt Museum Quarter is located on the banks of the Main River in the Sachsenhausen district of Frankfurt, between the Eiserner Steg and the Friedensbrücke. The museum district is the art and cultural district of Frankfurt, where thirteen different types of well-known museums are concentrated. The metropolis of Frankfurt is known in the art world for its museum district on the banks of the Main. Stedel Art Museum: Exhibits from the Middle Ages to modern Western paintings, the total number of exhibits is close to 100,000. Ancient Sculpture Museum: Collection of sculptures from different eras, as well as ancient Egyptian cultural exhibitions. Deutsche Post Museum: Showcasing the history of communication. German Architecture Museum: is a series of exhibitions on human settlements from the Stone Age to the present day. German Film Museum: Exhibition on the History of Film, the content of the exhibition and the archives are constantly changing. Museum of Applied Arts: One of the six largest art galleries in Germany. Icon Museum: A large collection of Russian religious paintings.

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TOP 3
Historisches Museum Frankfurt
4.3/5
62 Reviews
Frankfurt
184m from downtown
Museums
117***02
"The Frankfurt History Museum (German: Historisches Museum) is a museum located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, founded in 1878. Exhibits cultural and historical artifacts from Frankfurt and Germany."

Reasons to Recommend: This historical museum on the edge of the Roman Forum has collected about 600,000 exhibits in Frankfurt since 1878. You will be overwhelmed with paintings, prints, textiles, ancient coins, arts and crafts objects and antique toys. The attraction is the model of the city from the 1930s placed in the foyer, the fine detail is worth seeing.

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TOP 4
Museum of World Cultures
4.1/5
25 Reviews
Frankfurt
607m from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"The name is very loud, but this museum is not very big. It can be said that it is a simple display of art from other countries. There are not too many valuable items and not much artistic value."
TOP 5
Verkehrsmuseum Frankfurt am Main
4.6/5
10 Reviews
Frankfurt
7.9km from downtown
Museums
M32***83
"It mainly introduces the achievements of Frankfurt in the field of public transportation and the history of the development of public transportation in Germany."
TOP 6
Frankfurter Feldbahn Museum
4.5/5
2 Reviews
Frankfurt
5km from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"The museum introduces a lot of old-fashioned photos, you can see the railway and city construction decades ago, many ancient objects."

Reasons to Recommend: This is a steam locomotive museum, established in the 1970s, with a long history and a collection of different kinds of steam locomotives. Many steam locomotives in the early industrialization period have been restored here, including 17 steam locomotives and 25 diesel locomotives, and are carried out by the association Restoration, here you can visit these early industrialized vehicles that have been eliminated.

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TOP 7
Dom-Museum
4.5/5
23 Reviews
Frankfurt
185m from downtown
Museums
WillSum
"Frankfurt Cathedral is the center of the local religion. Although Frankfurt is a very modern and emerging city, there are still a large number of believers here who come here for regular worship. Because the Frankfurt Cathedral was once a place for the coronation of the German emperor for a certain period of time, it is also endowed here. More realistic historical significance Some stone carvings and murals are not to be missed here. Although there is no very exquisite glass painting, isn't it the simplicity of German"
TOP 8
EXPLORA
4.5/5
11 Reviews
Frankfurt
2km from downtown
Museums
liyanbuct
"In the museum area on the banks of the Main River, the visual effects are superb, and there are many interesting high-techs that are amazing and can indeed reflect the development of German technology. Children will definitely like it when they come here."
TOP 9
Frankfurter Kunstverein
4.5/5
17 Reviews
Frankfurt
13m from downtown
Museums
_We***07
"This art association is a very good team in the local area. It promotes the development of local art and also gives art experience to many countries in the world."
TOP 10
Jewish Museum Frankfurt
4.4/5
28 Reviews
Frankfurt
689m from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"A very unique Jewish museum in Germany. This museum is very unique. The museum here is also very good. There are many things in the entire area. The museum is also very interesting. You can watch it when you come here. To many people."

Reasons to Recommend: The Jewish Museum is located in the Rothschild Palace, named after the well-known Jewish banker Rothschild. The museum opened on November 9, 1988, exactly 50 years after the tragic "Crystal Night" when Jews were brutally murdered by the Germans.

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TOP 11
Museum for Communication Frankfurt
4.4/5
36 Reviews
Frankfurt
858m from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"The Communication Museum is very good. I haven't visited some of the science and technology facilities in Frankfurt. The museum is also a very simple area. You can experience many of the projects here."

Reasons to Recommend: Frankfurt Communication Museum is one of the museums with a long history in the city. It shows people the history of communication here. There are historical exhibitions, modern art, and parent-child interaction. It can make a development history full of interest.

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TOP 12
Liebieghaus
4.4/5
24 Reviews
Frankfurt
1.2km from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"The Ancient Sculpture Museum is also a unique building. There are quite simple things in this museum. When you come here to play, you can also find a lot of things. The sculpture museum has a large environment and space."

Reasons to Recommend: The Frankfurt Sculpture Museum was originally the private residence of Baron Ribig, the owner of a textile factory. Since 1909, it has become an exhibition hall dedicated to the collection of sculptures. Today, the collections in the museum cover a period of 5,000 years, ranging from ancient Egyptian sarcophagi, ancient Greek headless human sculptures, portraits of Roman emperors, and bronze horses dating back to 800 BC, almost including the outstanding sculptures of European and Mediterranean civilizations. Styles cover Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical and more.

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TOP 13
Ikonen Museum
4.4/5
21 Reviews
Frankfurt
663m from downtown
Museums
godknows
"The iconic museum exhibits iconic art and icon worship from the 15th century to the 20th century. There are all kinds of iconic works in various styles and patterns. Among the most precious is a Coptic statue from the 12th to 13th centuries and a series of statues with names and dates."

Reasons to Recommend: Opened in 1990, the Frankfurt Icon Museum was formerly the restaurant of the German Knights at the east end of the River Main Museum. The icon museum displays icon art and icon worship from the 15th century to the 20th century, and there are icon works of various styles and patterns. Among the more prized is a 12th-13th century Coptic deity and a series of names and dates of deities. Exhibits are placed in several small rooms, each room is a different style of exhibits.

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TOP 14
Junges Museum Frankfurt
4.4/5
21 Reviews
Frankfurt
450m from downtown
Museums
Featured Neighborhoods
小鱼儿2015
"The Frankfurt Children's Museum is not a very big place. The facilities here are relatively simple. You can see many interesting items in the Children's Museum. It is also a good choice for children to visit."

Reasons to Recommend: This is a children's museum focusing on interactive experience, showing the history and culture of the city, and increasing children's experience through the production of handicrafts and the application of electronic technology. In addition to permanent exhibitions, family days, workshops, holiday seminars and birthday parties are also held here.

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TOP 15
Senckenberg Natural History Museum
4.4/5
47 Reviews
Frankfurt
2.3km from downtown
Museums
小思文
"The Natural History Museum is the only nature-related architectural museum among more than a dozen museums in Frankfurt. It is also necessary to make an appointment to visit here. The opening hours are relatively late and you can come in the afternoon on holidays. There are more natural fossils."

Reasons to Recommend: The Senckenberg Natural History Museum is the largest natural museum in Germany. It focuses on the changes of the earth and the evolution of various life forms over the past four billion years. It collects animal and plant specimens, paleontological fossil specimens and There are millions of mineral rock specimens, and many collections are rare treasures. The paleontological exhibits are very rich, including various ancient fish, dinosaurs, Archaeopteryx and mammals. In the square in front of the museum, there are two life-size simulated dinosaurs, allowing visitors to start a journey of exploring nature in time and space before entering the museum. The museum is divided into four exhibition halls: the reptile exhibition hall, the mammal exhibition hall, the insect and bird exhibition hall and the marine life exhibition hall. Among them, the reptile exhibition hall has a rich collection of similar specimens. Next to the mammalian exhibition hall is the so-called "research platform", where visitors can discover the secrets of the rainforest and are also a playground for children. Children come here with curiosity to observe the distribution of animals at different heights of the rainforest like real scientists. Pythons, turtles, Komodo dragons, these remnants of the dinosaur age continue their evolution. The "time machine" in the pavilion - a huge time wheel that simulates the changes of the earth's surface through multimedia equipment. Through it, people can see the past 750 million years ago or the future 250 million years later to look back or look forward to the development of the earth. The computer information service points located throughout the museum provide enough information for visitors who want to learn more about certain topics. The museum cinema vividly reproduces the process of natural evolution with modern technology.

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TOP 16
Villa Metzler
4.4/5
7 Reviews
Frankfurt
488m from downtown
Museums
冰凉的
"A very spectacular villa, very spectacular and very distinctive, both in terms of appearance and momentum, it is a great presence"
TOP 17
Schirn Kunsthalle
4.4/5
23 Reviews
Frankfurt
120m from downtown
Art Museums
小鱼儿2015
"Frankfurt has a long history of fine arts. The art galleries here are very unique. With people from modern and contemporary art galleries, the entire fine arts are quite large, and there are many good things."

Reasons to Recommend: Modern and contemporary art are on display at this display hall in Frankfurt, Germany, founded in the old city between the Ramer and the Frankfurt Cathedral.

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TOP 18
German Film Museum (Deutsches Filmmuseum)
4.3/5
57 Reviews
Frankfurt
723m from downtown
Museums
小鱼儿2015
"The German Film Museum is also a very interesting landscape. This movie venue has a lot of content to visit. The museum is also very large. The movie content is also a classic masterpiece that involves many years."

Reasons to Recommend: If you like German movies, it is of course not to be missed. There are library history and film history exhibitions, the content and archives of the exhibition will be constantly updated, there are also premieres and some special film events in the public cinema, and the catalogue magazines sold on the newsstands have program schedules.

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TOP 19
Dialog Museum
4.3/5
7 Reviews
Frankfurt
469m from downtown
Museums
_We***07
"This museum has a sense of finding the soul through sound, and it is also a museum with a unique design."

Reasons to Recommend: This is a very special museum designed to allow visitors to experience the life of the blind. The exhibition includes six rooms that are all dark. Under the guidance of the museum's blind guide, visitors can deeply experience the lives of blind people in different situations, and learn how to talk and communicate in the dark. This experience can bring a new life to your life. perspective.

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TOP 20
Struwwelpeter Museum
4.3/5
12 Reviews
Frankfurt
108m from downtown
Museums
设计熊
"There are simple and rude stories that children may not understand. There is a place for children to play on the upper floor. There are various toys and role-playing. Children have fun."

Reasons to Recommend: Peter the Shaggy Head is a well-known German children's work. The author is Heinrich Hoffmann, a physician in Frankfurt, Germany, and a well-known poet and writer. Through interesting stories and humorous pictures, "Peter with a Shaggy Head" guides children to develop good behavior habits. Since its publication, it has been translated into more than 100 languages and has become a classic work of children's picture books in the world. This delicate and small museum is themed on the shaggy Peter and displays some of the author's relics, including letters, manuscripts, etc., as well as some artefacts and paintings related to the shaggy Peter. You can buy some postcards and books as a souvenir of your childhood, and there are also puppet shows here, allowing you to relive the charm of children's literature.

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