Opening Hours and Entrance Fees
Opened today: 10:00 – 17:00
- Tue-Sun10 AM - 5 PM
- Museum Judengasse regular/reduced6€ / 3€
- members of the friends and patrons of our museumfree
- kids under 18free
- free admission every last Saturday of the month („Satourday“)free
- with Frankfurt-Pass/Kulturpass1€
Access to the museum is barrier-free. Please note that parts of the excavations can only be reached via stairs.
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: + 49 (0) 69-212-70790
Public transit stations:
U 4, U 5 (RMV station Konstablerwache)
Tram 11, 12 (RMV station Battonnstrasse)
Accessibility and Interactive Media
Barrier-free access and on-site offers: The Museum Judengasse features barrier-free access and offers visually impaired visitors their own audio tour through the exhibition. In addition to an introductory film, the museum offers several audio stations throughout the exhibition tour. Hands-on stations and the exhibition catalog invite children to become detectives on an investigative walk through the ruins.
About the Museum
Just when the city of Frankfurt wanted to construct a new public utility company building in 1987, it discovered the foundation of several houses of the former Judengasse (Jews Lane)–Europe’s oldest Jewish ghetto. Public debate followed, resulting in part of the archaeological finds being made into a museum. This museum was redesigned in 2016 and awarded the museum prize of the Savings Banks Association Hesse-Thuringia’s cultural foundation.
Europe’s first Jewish ghetto was located in Frankfurt. Created in 1460, more than 3,000 people lived in the ghetto at various times. Museum Judengasse brings this story back to life. The film offers a brief introduction to the history of the Frankfurt Judengasse and the Museum.