View into the new permanent exhibition of the Jewish Museum

Jewish Museum

Jewish History and Culture from 1800 to the Present

Visitor informations
Jewish Museum Frankfurt

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Accessibility

The entire Jewish Museum is basically barrier-free and can be reached by elevators. However, we strongly recommend that you come with an escort. Due to technical problems, the second floor of the exhibition is currently only accessible by appointment.

Jewish Museum Frankfurt
Bertha-Pappenheim-Platz 1
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: + 49 (0) 69 212 70790

Plane route

Public transportation

U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U8 (station Willy-Brandt-Platz)
Tram 11, 12 (station Willy-Brandt-Platz)

Ausstellungen

Accessibility

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

Kosher by FLOWDELI

[Translate to English:] Blick ins neue FLOWDELI
[Translate to English:] Blick ins neue FLOWDELI

In the new Jewish Museum, FLOWDELI offers a gastronomic experience unique to Frankfurt: a dairy kosher café in the style of a deli. FLOWDELI can also be visited without a ticket to the museum during museum opening hours. We recommend that you book a time slot ticket through our online ticket store to avoid waiting times. More about FLOWDELI.

Museum Shop

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.