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This was a fascinating museum for adults and kids. Whilst a lot of the signage was in English, the staff were so helpful at translating information for us that wasn’t. It was really interactive and we all learnt lots. Would definitely recommend.
Read reviews for various places to visit in Frankfurt on our short layover, and this one sounded the most fun for me and my two kids. And I'm glad we went there. The basement is definitely the best part, lots of interactive exhibits of new...More
This is an interesting museum with interactive exhibits. I think it would be a great place to take kids. Pity one part of the exhibits (top floor) was only in German. I loved that they had staff with T-shirts to identify them who are willing...More
The Communication Museum, a short walk from the Stadel (highly recommended), was an unexpected delight. The permanent collection downstairs is the treasure. It houses displays covering everything from cuneiform to lost hand-written letters to missed communication on the Titanic to switchboard operators to people today...More
Stationed in Germany, and visited Frankfurt for a day. I read Frankfurt was known for its museums and had a couple planned. However, I stumbled into this museum and it was the best stumble I’ve ever made.
I’ve been to my share of museums in...More
It is a well - made museum with so many exhibits to see!! Too many informations, very organized and in a great price!! When I went, the third floor had a great exhibition for the pop (popular) music of Germany!! Visit it for sure!!
The main exhibit is really interesting, very interactive and incredibly interactive. You could easily spend all day here. Upstairs they have rotating exhibits. The ones we saw were fantastic and also really unique and interactive. We were only in Frankfurt briefly but this place was...More
In Frankfurt is a bunch of museums. They are compactly located along the banks of the Main. It is very convenient if you are a fan of all sorts of arts and areas of knowledge - take a museum map and go ahead. Museum of...More