View into the new permanent exhibition of the Jewish Museum

Jewish Museum

Jewish History and Culture from 1800 to the Present

Infection Protection Measures

Please note: Visiting the Jewish Museum 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.

Entrance Fees and Opening Hours
Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Opened today: 10:00 – 18:00

  • Thursday
    10 AM – 9 PM
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday–Sunday
    10 AM – 6 PM
Closed on these dates:
05.10.2022 , 24.12.2022 , 31.12.2022


  • Museum ticket (permanent exhibition Jewish Museum+Judengasse) normal/reduced
    12€ / 6 €
  • Kombiticket (temporary exhibition+ museum ticket) normal/reduced
    14€ / 7€
  • Temporary Exhibition
  • Family Card
  • Frankfurt Pass/Kulturpass/refugees
  • Kids under 18
  • Every last Saturday of the month ("Satourday")
  • Entrance to the building (FLOWDELI/museum shop/library)

  • Reduced entry for:

  • Students / Trainees (from 18 years)

  • People with disabilities from 50 % (1 accompanying person free)

  • People doing military or alternative civilian service / unemployed

  • Owners of the Frankfurt Card


  • Free entry for:

  • Members of the Society of our Friends and Patrons association

  • Birthday children of all ages

  • Children and teenagers up to 17 years

  • Students of the Goethe University / FH / HfMDK

  • Holders of Museumsufer-Card or Museumsufer-Ticket

  • Members of ICOM or Museumsbund


The entire Jewish Museum is basically barrier-free and can be reached by elevators. However, we strongly recommend that you come with an escort.

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, 14 (station Willy-Brandt-Platz)



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 Food at the Jewish Museum

FLOWDELI at the Jewish Museum is open again. Enjoy dairy kosher delicacies and homemade drinks on the sun terrace.

[Translate to English:] Blick in das FLOWDELI im Jüdischen Museum

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.