Adina Apartment Hotel
Frankfurt Neue Oper


Wilhelm-Leuschner-Strasse 6
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Tel: +49 (0)69 24 74 74 0
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Top Indoor Family Attractions in Frankfurt

Kinder Museum Frankfurt:


Dip into the world of the world famous childrens book classic Struwwelpeter. It’s great fun for all the family to follow this interactive exhibition with a quiz, join a workshop or try the Struwwelpeter-look on yourselves or watch a theatre play.

Opening hours: Tues – Sun 10 am until 5 pm
Admission: Adults 4,00 €, children from 7 - 13 years 1,00 €
Address: Schubertstrasse 20, 60325 Frankfurt
Web: www.struwwelpeter-museum.de

Kinder Museum Frankfurt:


All exhibitions are specially designed for children on topics of local historical and cultural relevance. It offers not only authentic historical objects, but also a hands-on learning experience. Kids are encouraged to play an active role, touch, test and try out. Join one of the many workshops for printing or painting, paper manufacture, jewelery design, wood- or linocut.

Opening hours:Tues - Sun 10 am until 6 pm
Admission: Adults 4,00 €, children from 6 years 2,00 €
Address: An der Hauptwache 15, 60313 Frankfurt
Web: www.kindermuseum.frankfurt.de

Senckenberg Museum (Natural History Research Society):


Germany’s major natural history museum presents the diversity of present day life (biodiversity), the development of living creatures (evolution) and the transformation of our planet throughout millions of years. A visit to the Senckenberg is a memorable experience for all the family.

Opening hours:Mon - Tue & Thurs - Fri 9am until 5pm, Wed - 9am until 8pm, Sat & Sun, public holidays - 9am until 6pm
Admission: Adults 6,00€, children 6-15 years 3,00€,
family ticket 15,00€ (2 adults + up to 3 children
aged 6-15 years)

Address: Senckenberganlage 25, 60325 Frankfurt
Web: Click here for information in English

Money Museum of the Deutsche Bundesbank (Geldmuseum):


Germany’s financial center has got to have a monetary museum. Here you can discover all about the history of the monetary system, banks, different valuta and monetary politics.

Opening hours:Mon -Tue, Thurs- Fri & Sun - 10am until 5pm. Wed - 10am until 9pm
Admission: FREE
Address: Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse 14, 60431 Frankfurt
Web: Click here for information in English

Explora Science Center:


This exhibition is a visual phenomena and shows optical tricks. It has the world’s largest 3-D-exhibition and interactive scientific models and performances to explain the principles of phenomena.

Opening hours:daily 11am until 6pm
Admission: Adults 16,00 €, children 4-6 years 6,00€ / 7-12 years 8,00€ / family ticket 36,00€
Address: Glauburgplatz 1, 60318 Frankfurt
Web: Click here for information in English

Museum for Communication:


The permanent exhibition “Media tells stories” ranges from the beginnings of communication to our modern life. The art collection with works by Carl Spitzweg, Max Ernst, Joseph Beuys and Salvador Dali manifests the preoccupation with the subject. Guided tours and children’s workshops are particularly interesting for families.

Opening hours:Tues – Fri 9am until 6pm, Sat/Sun/public holidays 11am until 7pm
Admission: Adults 3,00 €, children 6 -16 years 1,50€
Address: Schaumainkai 53 (Museum’s embankment),
60596 Frankfurt

Web: Click here for information in English

Kelterei Possmann:


This winery is in its fifth generation producing excellent quality apple juice and apple wine (Ebbelwoi). You can book a guided tour that takes you to the fruit plantations, the pressing and cellars and explains how to turn an apple into delicious juice or wine.

Address: Eschborner Landstrasse 156-162, 60489 Frankfurt
Web: www.possmann.de

Landkelterei Höhl in Hochstadt


The oldest wine pressing of the region. Another great experience of apple wine making and tasting just 20 minutes by car from Frankfurt city.

Admission: 6,00 €
Address: Konrad-Höhl-Strasse 2-4, 66477 Maintal-Hochstadt
Web: www.hoehl-hochstadt.de

Hessenpark, Neu Anspach:


Delve into a fascinating world of more than 400 years of rural life in Hessen. This open air museum displays originally furnished houses, a historical post office, historical craft and farming technique and a great variety of events – history is brought to life in this museum. Just about 30 minutes drive from Frankfurt.

Opening hours:March - October daily 9am until 6pm
Address: Laubweg 5, 61267 Neu-Anspach/Taunus
Web: www.hessenpark.de

Saalburg Roman Fort, Bad Homburg:


Discover the past where history was made: at the world’s only reconstructed Roman fort and archaeological museum. This fort is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Limes, the frontier between the Roman Empire and the Germanic tribal territories. You will get a vivid picture of the culture and customs of an era almost 2,000 years old.

Opening hours:March - October daily 9am until 6pm. Nov – Feb daily (except Mon) 9am until 4pm
Admission: Adults 5,00 €, children under age of 6 years 3,00 €
Address: Römerkastell Saalburg, Archäologischer Park Saalburg 1, 61350 Bad Homburg v.d.H.
Web: www.saalburgmuseum.de/english

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