Illustration Satourday © desres design studio, Frauke Eilks
Eröffnung © Junges Museum Frankfurt, Foto: Stefanie Kösling
Kinder im Museum Judengasse © Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt
Deutsches Filmmuseum, Dauerausstellung © DFF - Deutsches Filmiinstitut & Filmmuseum, Foto: Uwe Dettmar
Frankfurt’s museums have teamed up for a special programme: on every last Saturday of the month admission is free for many museums.
On these days, except during December and August, the museums offer more than just exhibitions. Children and adults can embark jointly on a tour of discovery. Special guided tours for families, workshops and other activities with different mottos are offered free of charge. Alongside the own research and tours a colourful diversity unfolds.
In December there is free admission on the last Saturday in the municipal museums without special programme. And in August, when the Museumsufer Festival is taking place, the Saturday before the last one is free without special activities.
Free Admission on Satourdays
- Archäologisches Museum Frankfurt
- Caricatura Museum Frankfurt
- Deutsches Architekturmuseum
- Dommuseum Frankfurt
- Historisches Museum Frankfurt
- Ikonenmuseum Frankfurt
- Institut für Stadtgeschichte
- Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt
- Jüdisches Museum / Museum Judengasse Frankfurt
- Junges Museum Frankfurt
- Museum Angewandte Kunst
- Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt (only for children and young people up to 18 years)
- MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST
- MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST - TOWER
- MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST - ZOLLAMT
- Museum Giersch der Goethe-Universität (only for children and young people up to 18 years)
- Porzellan Museum Frankfurt
- Weltkulturen Museum
Kultur- und Freizeitticket (KUFTI)
Frankfurt is setting an example for more cultural participation in the city from an early age: With the Kultur- und Freizeitticket [culture and leisure ticket] (KUFTI), young visitors under the age of 18 can visit the permanent and special exhibitions in Frankfurt's museums and the Frankfurt Zoo free of charge. The ticket can be ordered free of charge as of June 2020 for Frankfurt schoolchildren, daycare center children and children and young people under the age of 18 from households with a monthly net income of less than 4500 euros. For all other families, regardless of their place of residence, an annual ticket price of 29 euros applies. Municipal museums are free of charge for everyone under 18.
More information: kufti.de
Without Kultur- und Freizeitticket children and young persons pay the regular admission at:
- Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum
- DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum
- EXPERIMINTA ScienceCenter FrankfurtRheinMain
- Frankfurter Goethe-Haus / Deutsches Romantik-Museum
- Senckenberg Naturmuseum
- Struwwelpeter Museum
At the Museum für Kommunikation and Museum Giersch der Goethe-Universität admission is charged for adults only.
At the EXPERIMINTA ScienceCenter only children under 4 get free entry.