The museum is near the Romerplatz. Entry is 7 Euro for adults, students are 3,50. We like history, so this was very interesting to us. About 5 stories of exhibits about Frankfurt's history, plus some exhibits of personal collections of individuals associated with Frankfurt, and artwork. There is a toll tower with the museum which you can go inside of... 更多
To put it bluntly, they should pay you for visiting this museum. I find the name of the museum very inaccurate as what you will find is countless miniature paintings, some old coins and blue-and-white Chinese porcelain. I understand that I visited the museum at a time when it was under renovation, but as the parts open for public had... 更多
This is a great place to learn about the history of the city of Frankfurt. I spent about two hours exploring the different exhibitions. My favorite was the one about the way in which the street plan of Frankfurt has changed over the years
It has unusually many kind of exibits since most of the collection is donated to the city. The collection of minture paintings are impressive but not the Chinese blue porcelin which is not high quality....
What a great museum. Every floor had an interesting exhibit. From knights armour, coins, furniture, pill boxes, 50's or so medicine boxes and more interesting articles. Even the stairway is interesting. Don't miss the ruins in the basement!
The exhibits within this museum are quite interesting and varied; including old portraits, pottery and various artefacts explaining the history of Frankfurt. The displays are well presented in a quite modern layout, although it does maintain some authenticity of the former castle it is in. It can be quite tricky to negotiate, although we were handed a map at the... 更多
Because everything is closed on a Sunday except museums, this is a great way to kill a few hours on a rainy Sunday. We got student entry and so paid €3.50 which made it well worth the trip. The museum is quite small but we spent just over 2 hours there. The exhibits were beautifully presented with English translations of... 更多
Those interested in history and/or archeology will find this place of more interest than previously. The maquettes of old pre-WW II Frankfurt and that of after the 1945 bombing are still there, but the newer interest is in the recently excavated lower levels. A model of and the remains of the palace of the Staufen dynasty (rulers during medieval times)... 更多
Other reviewers are correct when saying that this isn't quite the museum that you're going to expect it to be. It IS about the history of Frankfurt, but it's presented through the collections of past prominent town members. I've never been in a museum like it. It's definitely a unique approach. The building itself is part of the exhibit, and... 更多
Located in Römer, I went here expecting this museum to be about the history of the city of Frankfurt. It wasn't. While it has many nice artifacts from Fankfurt, the museum doesn't tell that story. What you get instead is a series of collections from different time periods. And with exhibits spread over several floors, It's also not an easy... 更多