Infection Protection Measures

Please note: Visiting the Jewish Museum and the Museum Judengasse is only possible with a proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 viral test (antigen/lateral flow or PCR test, no self test) taken on the day they visit. Visitors who have had the booster shot are exempt from testing. This applies to the museum visit as well as to the participation in all guided tours and events on the museum premises. Pupils only have to bring a negative test.

Please wear a mask covering mouth and nose during your visit and observe the usual recommended minimum distance from other people. Please observe the hygiene plan that we have drawn up in consultation with the public health department.

Opening Hours

Visit us at the Jewish Museum and experience the Jewish history of Frankfurt since 1800. The Museum Judengasse highlights the history of the oldest Jewish ghetto in Europe.

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Permanent Exhibitions

Experience over 800 years of Jewish life in Frankfurt in our two permanent exhibitions. The Museum Judengasse focuses on the early-modern period. In the Jewish Museum, we highlight Frankfurt's Jewish history since the time around 1800.

All exhibitions

Temporary Exhibitions

Our Guided Tours

Visits to our exhibitions, city district tours, visits to memorial sites and cemetery tours: You can find an overview of our diverse tour offers here.

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Museum Shop

The Jewish Museum's "Lichtbau" houses the Museum Shop, operated by the Literaturehandlung. Here you will find Jewish Museum publications and exhibition catalogs, exciting literature on Jewish topics, merchandise and Judaica.

Other Places to Visit