Please register for public tours and events no later than 12 noon on weekdays prior to the desired date. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is not valid until you receive confirmation by mail.
Infection Protection Measures
We recommend that you continue to wear a surgical mask or standard FFP2 mask throughout your visit to our museums. Please also make sure to keep an appropriate minimum distance from other people.
Entrance Fees and Opening Hours
Jewish Museum Frankfurt
Opened today: 10:00 – 17:00
New opening hours from April 1:
- Tuesday–Sunday10 AM – 5 PM
- Easter Monday, April 1810 AM – 5 PM
05.10.2022 , 24.12.2022 , 31.12.2022
- Museum ticket (permanent exhibition Jewish Museum+Judengasse) normal/reduced12€ / 6 €
- Kombiticket (temporary exhibition+ museum ticket) normal/reduced14€ / 7€
- Temporary Exhibition7€
- Family Card20€
- Frankfurt Pass/Kulturpass/refugees1€
- Kids under 18free
- Every last Saturday of the month ("Satourday")free
- Entrance to the building (FLOWDELI/museum shop/library)free
Reduced entry for:
Students / Trainees (from 18 years)
People with disabilities from 50 % (1 accompanying person free)
People doing military or alternative civilian service / unemployed
Owners of the Frankfurt Card
Free entry for:
Members of the Society of our Friends and Patrons association
Birthday children of all ages
Children and teenagers up to 17 years
Students of the Goethe University / FH / HfMDK
Holders of Museumsufer-Card or Museumsufer-Ticket
Members of ICOM or Museumsbund
The entire Jewish Museum is basically barrier-free and can be reached by elevators. However, we strongly recommend that you come with an escort.
Jewish Museum Frankfurt
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: + 49 (0) 69 212 70790
U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U8 (station Willy-Brandt-Platz)
Tram 11, 12, 14 (station Willy-Brandt-Platz)
Architecture of the Jewish Museum
The expansion of the Jewish Museum has given rise to a completely new museum complex. The modern extension was designed by Staab Architekten and has been built next to the historic Rothschild Palais. The two buildings form a harmonious ensemble of new and old, thus creating a new cultural center in the heart of Frankfurt.
The Jewish Museum is currently only partially barrier-free and accessible by elevators. We recommend that you come with an escort. Due to technical problems, parts of the exhibition are currently only accessible by appointment. Further Information
Our public library is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Here you will find specialized literature as well as children's and youth literature on the history, religion and culture of Judaism. Museum visitors are welcome to stay in our comfortable reading room. You can also visit our library without a museum ticket.
The Museum Shop, operated by the Literaturhandlung, is housed in the Jewish Museum’s “Lichtbau.” Visitors can find publications from the Jewish Museum here, as well as exhibition catalogues, fascinating literature on an array of Jewish themes, merchandise, and Judaica.
Guided Tours in the New Jewish Museum
Would you like to book an individual group tour of the new Jewish Museum? Here you will find an overview of our offers, themed tours and conditions.