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Museumsufer: Our most recommended tours and activities

Frankfurt: Hop-on Hop-off Day Skyline or Express City Tour

1. Frankfurt: Hop-on Hop-off Day Skyline or Express City Tour

Enjoy a sightseeing tour through Frankfurt aboard a comfortable double-decker bus. When the weather's good, the roof of the bus stays open, letting you take in a clear view of the most beautiful buildings and parks in the city. Get to know this bustling metropolis in a whole new way as you listen to commentary in 10 languages. Hop on or off the buses as often as you like at any of the stops along the route, sprinkled throughout the city's most interesting areas. Learn about Frankfurt's main attractions while on the bus, or explore the city's beautiful sights at your own pace. Take a trip through the bustling city center (Express City Tour) or along Frankfurt's famous skyline (Skyline Tour), both available for one just one price. Stops: Paulskirche - Römer - Goethe-Haus - Main Tower - Alte Oper - Palmengarten - Senkenbergmuseum - Messe - Hauptbahnhof - Museumsufer - Eisener Steg - Alt Sachsenhausen - Untermainkai - Mainkai - Zoo Frankfurt - Hauptwache. You can get on or off at any of the 16 stops as many times as you please with the 24 hour hop-on hop-off ticket.

Frankfurt: Historisches Museum Entry Ticket

2. Frankfurt: Historisches Museum Entry Ticket

Visit the Historisches Museum Frankfurt: an absolute must-have for your planned city trip! Built in the heart of Frankfurt's old town, the museum is one of the largest city museums in Europe. It offers a wide range of opportunities to discover the city of Frankfurt and its history from different (and also unexpected) perspectives. In its six permanent exhibitions, the Historisches Museum Frankfurt presents the city's rich heritage and its most outstanding objects: - Snow Globe: Typical Frankfurt! - Frankfurt Once? Thousand Years of City History: - Frankfurt Now! The City of Today and Tomorrow - Frankfurter Collectors and Donors - The Staufer Age and The Staufer Harbour - Main Panorama in the Toll Tower Get in the mood right at the beginning of your visit to the museum: the multi-media and artistic installation "Snow Globe" in the new building of the house will give you an entertaining insight into exciting facets of the city of Frankfurt. The Young Museum Frankfurt also offers lively and interactive on-site activities, which can also be found in all permanent and temporary exhibitions of the Historisches Museum Frankfurt. Book your ticket for the permanent exhibitions: You get admission to the six permanent exhibitions. Book your ticket for the current temporary exhibition: You get admission to the current temporary exhibit. With its temporary exhibitions, the Historisches Museum Frankfurt presents thematic topics and perspectives related to the city of Frankfurt. The current temporary exhibition is from 12.11.2022 - 12.03.2023. „Everything is disappearing! C. Th. Reiffenstein (1820-1893) – Visual Chronicler of Old Frankfurt“ Upcoming temporary Exhibition: 03.05.2023-10.09.2023 „Inflation 1923. War, Money, Trauma“ You have the option to book your ticket either for all exhibitions (permanent exhibitions + temporary exhibition), just the permanent exhibitions, or just the temporary exhibition.

Frankfurt: "The Sandman" Nightmarish Walking Tour

3. Frankfurt: "The Sandman" Nightmarish Walking Tour

Experience the scary side of Frankfurt, Germany, on a guided walking tour that pays homage to E. T. A. Hoffmann’s short story, “The Sandman.” Visit some of Frankfurt’s top attractions while learning about the city’s history from your guide.  Your nightmarish journey starts at Frankfurt’s cathedral. There, meet your guide, a man in eye-catching clothing. Head out to visit some of the top attractions of the city. Stop at Rotes Haus, the Saalhof, the Eiserner Steg footbridge, and finally at the Mainkai with a view of the museum banks (Museumsufer).

Frankfurt: Highlights + the New Old Town English Guided Walk

4. Frankfurt: Highlights + the New Old Town English Guided Walk

Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the quarter’s winding laneways and experience the past and the present of Frankfurt's new old town. With its recent reconstruction, Frankfurt has managed to bring part of its colourful history back to life. Meet up with your English-speaking city guide and other participants at Römerberg. There, in front of the "Römer", Frankfurt's city hall, you will begin a walk through the new Old Town, a unique district of Frankfurt! In addition, more highlights such as the Cathedral, St. Paul's Church, Eiserner Steg (footbridge) and Museum Embankment with views of the Frankfurt skyline await you during the tour.

Frankfurt: Art and Culture Guided Tour with a Local

5. Frankfurt: Art and Culture Guided Tour with a Local

Find out the different cultural and artistic characteristics that make this city unique, and enjoy the buzzing community and city ambience! Whether you are visiting Frankfurt as a returning tourist who wants to get to know the city a bit better, or if this is your first time, this Experience is for you! While walking the streets of Frankfurt and looking at the amazing Römer or Museumsufer or you will hear about the city’s galleries and museums, as well as contemporary artists and their close connection to Frankfurt. I will share with you the art and cultural world of my city, where you will see, hear, and experience how colourful and multifaceted Frankfurt is! Who is a Local? A Local is someone who is passionate about sharing authentic experiences based on their interests.

Frankfurt: Museum of Communication Guided Tour and Ticket

6. Frankfurt: Museum of Communication Guided Tour and Ticket

Enter the multiple award-winning museum building on Schaumainkai and gain a comprehensive insight into the history of communication. Experience the development of communication on 2,500 square meters in the permanent exhibition “Mediengeschichte|n neu erzählt!”. Learn about the past, present, and future of communication through groundbreaking innovations, historical events, and unique experiences. Explore the 44 themed islands that illustrate how development is dependent on four key phenomena: acceleration, networking, control, and participation. Enjoy the lively hands-on offerings of the Children’s Workshop and the Forum – an exhibition space for smaller temporary exhibitions.

Frankfurt: Capture the most Photogenic Spots with a Local

7. Frankfurt: Capture the most Photogenic Spots with a Local

Experience Frankfurt through the lens of a local, capturing both the iconic views and the photogenic charm of hidden corners. Navigate from the iconic Alte Oper capturing its grand, ornate architecture to the emblematic Iron Footbridge renowned for its intricate metalwork design. Uncover their unique roles in the daily life of locals, from being a beloved meeting point to a scene straight out of a postcard. Experience Frankfurt intimately, as your Local reveals the stories behind famed postcard scenes, blending photogenic imagery with personal anecdotes. This experience offers a distinctive view of Frankfurt, combining picturesque highlights with authentic cultural insights, making it a can't-miss experience for any visitor.

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What people are saying about Museumsufer

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 865 reviews

We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. The guide (I wish I could remember his name - a former advertising person) made it fun and engaging. His knowledge of the area was fantastic, the guides delivery was upbeat and he interacted with each of us to answer our questions. It was a good pace. Slightly confused by the title of the tour though. We thought it was highlights of Frankfurt AND the old rebuilt area but it was only the rebuilt area. Never mind though, I’d still recommend it.

The bus was clean. Driver was friendly. BUT...the person verifying our voucher was horrible!! The way she spoke was very rude and unfriendly. She didn't want to give us 3 maps even when we told her we paid for 3 tickets. In short, she does not represent your company well. Unfortunately, I didn't get her name but we ride the 11:00 bus at the Dom.

I loved it very, very much, there is a lot of history, the museum is very large, they should collect everything, its spaces in the castle were the most impressive. I suggest you take a helpful map that mentions all the points. Children also do not pay, however, they must place their colored labels on it.

It was fun, comfortable and safe. The only issue is that, sometimes, the audio guides info does not quite match the location of the bus, and I end up looking around wondering where to look and what the audio guide was talking about.

Very informative tour. Our guide, Lutz, provided a lively narrative!