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Frankfurt off the beaten path

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Frankfurt off the beaten path
These off-the-beaten path attractions are Frankfurt secrets an insider would know.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Jewish Museum
Jewish Museum

Temporarily closed The Jewish Museum Frankfurt with its dependance Museum Judengasse presents 800 years of Jewish history and culture in Frankfurt in a European perspective. The Jewish Museum in the historic Rothschildpalais at Untermainkai is closed due to renovation until the end of 2018. Please visit our Museum Judengassen at Battonnstr. 47 with the neighboring second oldest Jewish... More

Temporarily closed The Jewish Museum Frankfurt with its dependance Museum Judengasse presents 800 years of Jewish history and culture in Frankfurt in a European perspective. The Jewish Museum in the historic Rothschildpalais at Untermainkai is closed due to renovation until the end of 2018. Please visit our Museum Judengassen at Battonnstr. 47 with the neighboring second oldest Jewish cemetery in Germany. Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden

Created in 1990, this well manicured Chinese garden is a good place to sit and relax.

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Money Museum of the Deutsche Bundesbank
Money Museum of the Deutsche Bundesbank

The Money Museum is an interactive place for exploring the world of money. How is cash produced? What is book money? How does monetary policy work and what exactly does a central bank do? What role does money play in a globalised world? Striking exhibits, attractive staging and more than 80 media stations with games and interactive information provide answers to these and many more... More

The Money Museum is an interactive place for exploring the world of money. How is cash produced? What is book money? How does monetary policy work and what exactly does a central bank do? What role does money play in a globalised world? Striking exhibits, attractive staging and more than 80 media stations with games and interactive information provide answers to these and many more money-related questions. The topics are approached from both a current and a historical perspective. The exhibition is both in German and English. Less

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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German Architecture Museum
German Architecture Museum

One of the world's leading museums for building design and architecture.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: <1 hour
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German Film Museum (Deutsches Filmmuseum)
German Film Museum (Deutsches Filmmuseum)

A museum dedicated to film history and technology. The museum also hosts film screenings.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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