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Pretty average museum

I visited it during the "Nacht Museen", and even though it displayed interesting artefacts, there... read more

Reviewed August 28, 2016
Rabat, Morocco
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Small, disorganized

I was somewhat disapointed... The vitrines showed lot of stuff, but in rather disorganized way, I... read more

Reviewed January 17, 2015
Prague, Czech Republic
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May 28, 2018
“Adventurous ”
Dec 31, 2017
“What a massive disappointment”
Located in the heart of Frankfurt’s museum quarter, the “Museumsufer” the Weltkulturen Museum is a central place for interdisciplinary cooperation. The changing exhibitions, multifaceted range of education services, along with various series of...more
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Reviewed May 28, 2018 via mobile

The museum is ideally located in Frankfurt’s museum quarter on the banks of the Main. It’s small and quaint. Lockers are provided for bags and coats. The current exhibition by Brazilian artist Ayrson Heraclito and Portuguese Rigo 23 focused on the marginalisation of others, the...More

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Reviewed December 31, 2017

When I was growing up this housed the anthropological museum, which as fantastic. On a recent visit with 5 British friends I made the mistake of visiting this very poor excuse for a museum - some load of tosh by a Brazilian "artist" sparsely littered...More

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Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

I visited it during the "Nacht Museen", and even though it displayed interesting artefacts, there was very few information about every stuff displayed, and it's a pity that it's somewhat small and quite disorganized.

Thank CheyenneAshton
Reviewed July 26, 2016

Ok, I'm cheating... "Labour of Love" was the title of the exhibition we went to see. However, it quickly dawns on you that this museum and its staff are engaged in exactly that - a labour of love - when putting together exhibitions. Well worth...More

Thank Oceans242
Reviewed January 18, 2015

More like a display of objects from different places of the world than Luke the name implies a museum of world culture. Finished within less than 30 minutes.

2  Thank Nathasha K
Reviewed January 17, 2015

I was somewhat disapointed... The vitrines showed lot of stuff, but in rather disorganized way, I expected someting bigger and more structured...

Thank Vercuse
Reviewed August 3, 2014

I went to this museum expecting a very interesting visit, only to find it was another of those collections of photos of naked people and tribal items. In their defense, they did take a critical point of view to this kind of thing, but that's...More

Thank Marcelo-Oliveira-A
Reviewed April 25, 2014

The museum is across the river from the financial district, though literally just across the bridge and next to several other museums. The exhibits are temporary so when I went the display was quite interesting, though it did seem a bit overly apologetic for the...More

Thank Glubetrutah
Reviewed May 3, 2013

This is a very small museum, looks like a bigger house turned into a museum. Mostly using objects from other countries (like typical shoes or hats from other parts of the world), but no explanation about the items, just where they come from, and when...More

1  Thank AvanSwieten
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