Plan your visit!
Here you will find all information about accessibility in our museum. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Access by public transport
Trams: Line 11 and 12 (Stop: Römer/Paulskirche)
The Römerberg is designed with cobblestone and runs slightly sloping towards the Main.
Subways: Line U4 and U5 (Stop: Dom/Römer)
Depending on the subway car type used (approx. 12-17 cm) between platform and subway or level entry.
The underground station Dom/Römer has an elevator.
The barrier-free access is accessible via the Römerberg: An elevator to the right of the staircase to the
museum forecourt leads to the main entrance foyer and the cash desk.
Elevators can be found as well in the new building as in the old building of the Historisches Museum Frankfurt. The elevators have got an entrance area with 90 cm door opening. The elevators all feature low-level controls for wheelchair users and sublime and high-contrast buttons.
Tel. +49 69 212-35154
Fax +49 69 212-42078
For questions and further information please contact us.
The elevator leads directly to the cash desk in the entrance building of the Historical Museum Frankfurt (level 1).
For the operation of the lockers a 1 Euro coin is necessary. There are four wheelchair-accessible lockers near the elevator.
There are 10 mobile induction loops available for use with the multimedia guide or the radio guide systems used during our guided tours. They can be reserved in advance.
It is supplemented by tactile floor plans, which are always located near the elevator on all levels in the old and new buildings.
You can also borrow the multimedia guide at the cash desk for a fee (€ 3). It can be handed out to visitors older than 14 years.
Alte Mainzer Gasse 4
Berliner Straße 25–39/Neue Kräme
Seitenstreifen vor Seufzerbrücke A26
Here you can find an overview map with the disabled parking spaces in the city centre.