Außenansicht © Deutsches Ledermuseum, Foto: Laura Brichta
DAS IST LEDER © Deutsches Ledermuseum, Foto: Laura Brichta
Sneaker Gumshoe, Niederlande, 2018 © Deutsches Ledermuseum, Foto: Laura Brichta
Das ist Leder! Von A bis Z © DLM, Foto: Laura Brichta
Founded in 1917, Deutsches Ledermuseum enables visitors to experience the true complexity of leather – one of the oldest materials used by humans – in exhibitions of everyday and luxury items.
The collection of what is an absolutely unique museum world-wide ranges from Coptic shoes, a child carrier of the Comanche, Baroque courtly caskets, Samurai armour, an Inuit parka, Empress Sissi’s silk boots or crocodile leather bags made in Offenbach to sneakers with a sole made of recycled chewing gum.
Visitors are offered a hands-on experience in the project space: Get a feel for diverse leather types ranging from shark to elephant to crocodile leather at the experience stations.
Please view the website for current information and the hygiene measures.
Deutsches Ledermuseum Offenbach am Main
Frankfurter Straße 86
+49 (0)69 82 97 980
S: 1, 2, 8, 9 (Ledermuseum)
Bus: 103, 120 (Ludwigstraße / Ledermuseum)
SAT, SUN and on bank holidays 11 am - 6 pm
Every second THU in the month to 8 pm