Jews in Frankfurt have a long history and this museum and this museum attempts to cover it all - history, culture, architecture, commerce. Lots of displays in German, some with English translation and some explained with audio guide.
The building are houses of the Rothschild family, but these are not house museums. This isn't about the family but about all of Frankfurt Jewry.
If you visit before mid-September 2014 there is a special exhibition on the life of a Fritz Bauer, the state prosecutor who prosecuted many former Nazis in the 1970s when Germany finally dealt with these issues. Well worth seeing.
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