Museums - Frankfurt has plenty of different
museums spread out through the city. This ever growing
city has made sure to include museums that display
the past to present time. Museums are not just for
history buffs, and Frankfurt has film, art, and other
types open year around. Usually museums aren't open
on Mondays in Germany. They also tend to be closed
during any major holidays.
If you are in the mood for some German and European films find your way to the Deutsches Filmmuseum. They show a large assortment of films, historic and modern types. If art is more your speed, then the Liebig Municipal Museum of Sculpture is a great stop. In German it is known as Liebighaus-Museum alter Plastik. They have a sculpture collection that is over 5000 years old. They have been collecting and displaying sculptures from Germany and the rest of Europe. The Historische Museum was mentioned in the top ten as a must see. The museum allows you to see how the city of Frankfurt has evolved.
The Schirn Kunsthalle, is the cities main art gallery. The art tends to be more modern and less traditional and is ever changing. The exhibitions can change weekly or monthly. There is no real theme to this art museum, because it really depends on the artists work that is being displayed. If you feel like exploring many different museums all in one location then visit the Museumsurfer. This area has thirteen different museums to choose between.
The Museums in Frankfurt offer a
nice mix of different topics. They aren't just all
about Frankfurt or Germany. The museums have work
in them from all over the Europe and the rest of the
world. Many offer multilingual tours daily. Many of
the art museums ask that you don't use your flash
when you are taking pictures. They believe that the
flash damages the art. Double check at the front of
the museum before even using your camera because they
may have some rules and regulations that you must