Kinder Museum (Children Museum) Frankfurt
The kinder museum frankfurt offers a regularly changing programme of new and exciting exhibitions, workshops and local history tours. It is aimed specifically at children and presents topics such as "Under the City" (2010), "Shadow & Light" (2011), "Bloodsuckers" (2012) and "Dress Code" (2013). Getting involved is the motto here: the kinder museum offers on-hand learning. Children are encouraged to experiment and explore the world around them in an imaginative, action-centred way, supported by interactive stations and activity areas in the exhibitions.
The regular workshops such as printing, paper-making or our radio workshop also demonstrate that improving your skills and fun do not need to be mutually exclusive.
The mini museum for children between the ages of one and five is a space they can experience and explore with all their senses, designed especially for the needs of this age group.
Whether you are visiting with a group or your family, the kinder museum offers inspiring learning for all and is always a great place to visit. Since it foundation in 1972, the kinder museum has been a part of the historisches museum Frankfurt.
An der Hauptwache 15
(Intermediate level between the street and the tran station's b-level)
60313 Frankfurt am Main
T: +49 (69) 212 35154
Mon only during Hessian holidays:
|Admission:||€4 (€2 reduced)
...or use the Museum Embankment Ticket for access to 34 museums within two days (€18)
|Public Transport:||U and S trains to Hauptwache|