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Special times require special measures. To keep you and our staff safe from infection, we have taken the following measures:

Book your online ticket for your visit in our online store now! We look forward to seeing you!

We are looking forward to welcome visitors again! The exhibition space is large enough so that visitors can also register directly on site at the ticket office and fill out the necessary contact form there. Faster and more convenient, of course, is a ticket purchase in our online store for a preferred date and from a time of admission. Fill in your contact details directly on the online ticket and hand it in printed on the site.

Visiting the museum is only possible with a medical mouth-nose mask (FFP2, KN 95 (without valve), surgical mask, type I, II and IIR).

Under normal circumstances, we welcome direct contact between visitors. Unfortunately, we have to avoid this at Corona times. Therefore, there is a wayfinding system in all exhibitions and staircases that works via markings on the floor.

In all exhibitions, some media stations are set up in such a way that they do not have to be operated by touch. There are other stations that only work by touch, these are regularly disinfected by our supervisors and public attendants. All hands-on stations at Family Trails are usable.

We lend out our multimedia devices. However, you can still use our highlight tour via your smartphone, which you can find here.
For questions and answers, public attendants and our supervisors are available on each floor.

The museum café on level 0 is also open for you again; no negative test is necessary to visit the terrace area, for the indoor area you have to prove it to the staff on site.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our museum even in Corona times!

Here you can download all information of our measures by clicking on the link.

Monday: closed
Tuesday to Friday: 10 a.m. — 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. — 7 p.m.

saTOURday
Free admission every last Saturday of the month (except for August)

Bank Holiday Opening Times

02 April (Good Friday) 11 a.m – 7 p.m.
04 April (Easter Sunday) 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
05 April (Easter Monday) 11 a.m – 7 p.m.
01 May (May Day) 11 a.m – 7 p.m.
13 May (Ascension Day) 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
23 May (Whit Sunday) 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
24 May, CLOSED (Whit Monday)
25 May (Wäldchestag) 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
03 June (Corpus Christi) 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
15 August (Ironman) Closed

Permanent Exhibtion (HMF + Young Museum): €8/€4 reduced
Temporary Exhibition: €10/€5 reduced
Museum full price: €12/€6 reduced
Young persons up to 18 years: Admission is free!
Groups with min. 20 people: reduced admission (depending on choice of exhibition)

Public tours: Admission plus €3
Public city tours: €6
Mulimedia Guide: €3

Booked tours for school groups: €3 pp
Booked tours for university groups: admission pp plus €70 flat-rate
Booked tours for adult groups: admission pp plus €85 flat-rate
Booked workshop in the Kindermuseum: €120 flat-rate

Booked tours on Saturdays, Sundays and Holydays: plus €10
Booked tours in any language other than German: plus €10

Reductions

The reduced rates apply to

- students and apprentices (over 18 years)
- people with disabilities (50 and up on the German disability rating scale)
- holders of the Frankfurt Pass and Frankfurt Card
- refugees with ID/culture pass: €1.
– recipients of ALG II (unemployment benefits)
- Persons undertaking voluntary service, e.g. voluntary social year, voluntary ecological year, voluntary military service (with proof)


Students at the Goethe University Frankfurt and the Fachhochschule Frankfurt (Frankfurt School of Applied Sciences) receive free admission.
 

MuseumsuferTicket

Valid for: two consecutive days for all museums in the city
Families (2 adults and children): €32
Single: €21/€12 reduced
available in all Frankfurt museums and at www.museumsufercard.de
 

MuseumsuferCard

Valid for: 1 year for all museums in the city
Families (2 adults and children): €150
Single €89/€45 reduced
available in all Frankfurt museums and at www.museumsufercard.de

We are happy to help you with booking tickets and planning your visit. Find out more about additional services, such as tours, multimedia guides (for guests over 14 years) and culinary offerings in the museum. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have further questions.

Groups without guided tours should contact the visitor service in advance (Tel. +49 69 212-35154, besucherservice(at)historisches-museum-frankfurt.de).

We need at least 14 days in advance for tour requests.

Information and registration
Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tel. +49 69 212-35154
Fax +49 69 212-42078
E-mail: besucherservice(at)historisches-museum-frankfurt.de

Address
Historisches Museum Frankfurt
Saalhof 1
60311 Frankfurt am Main
We recommend travelling by public transport.
 
Transport connections
U-Bahn: U4, U5 (Dom/Römer), tram: 11, 12 (Römer/Paulskirche)
by foot approx. 5 minutes from the stations across the Römerberg in the direction of the Main riverbank.
S-Bahn lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, or 9 to Frankfurt-Hauptwache, approx. 10 minutes by foot in the direction of the Römer.
 
Car parks
Dom Römer, Domstr. 1
Alt-Sachsenhausen: Walter-Kolb-Str. 16 (B43)
Hauptwache: Kornmarkt 10

So that all guests have a pleasant visit, please note the following guidelines:

* We are sorry but acutely ill persons are not allowed to visit our museum!
* Please wear a mouth-nose-mask. If you don't have one, you can buy a washable mask made of cotton for €6 at our cash desks.
* On the staircases the walking directions are marked. Please follow these guidelines.
* For a tour through the exhibition, you can use the marks on the floor (guidance system for the blind) to orientate yourself, so keep the direction in the exhibition.
* If you need to use an elevator, follow the instructions given there.
* You can borrow our multimedia guide devices. They will be cleaned regularly. You can also use the audio tour to the 'highlights' with your own smartphone: mmg.historisches-museum-frankfurt.de
* Open doors and electronic door openers are as contactless as possible. If you need help, the public attendants and guards on all levels of the exhibition building will help you.
* If you need help or have any questions, please contact the public attendands and guards.
* Some media stations have been configured so that they do not need to be operated. At other stations you can operate the touch surface yourself, they are regularly disinfected.

* Please follow the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI):
>> Keep your distance 1.5 meters.
>> Wash your hands thoroughly.
>> Avoid shaking hands.
>> Cough and sneeze into a tissue or the crook of your arm.

Many thanks for your cooperation!