Außenansicht © Museum Judengasse, Foto: Norbert Miguletz

Blick auf den Eingang zum Museum Judengasse und Treppenabgang im Vordergrund

Besamim-Turm © Museum Judengasse, Foto: Norbert Miguletz

Ausstellungsstück Besamim-Turm im Museum Judengasse

Innenansicht © Museum Judengasse, Foto: Norbert Miguletz

Freigelegten Mauerreste der Judengasse im Museum Judengasse

Kinder im Museum Judengasse © Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt

Zwei Mädchen im Museum Judengasse blicken auf eine Nachbildung eines Porträts und eines hält dem Mann auf dem Gemälde einen goldenen Bart vor

Museum Judengasse

Amid the archaeologically reconstructed excavations on Frankfurt’s former Judengasse the permanent exhibition unfurls a panorama of Jewish daily life in early modern times.

Visitors can find out how the residents of Judengasse (Jews’ Alley) used to live together, how they organized their day-to-day lives, but also how they kept in dialogue with the Christian inhabitants of Frankfurt. The historical ensemble is rounded out by both the Jewish cemetery next door, which harks back to the Middle Ages, and the Börneplatz Memorial site.

The precious cultural records held at Museum Judengasse represent the cultural exchange between the Christian and Jewish inhabitants of Frankfurt at the time.

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Museum Judengasse
Battonnstraße 47
60311 Frankfurt

+49 (0)69 212 35000

Tram: 11, 12, 14 (Börneplatz)
Bus: 30, M36 (Börneplatz)

TUE – SUN 10 am – 6 pm

Municipal museum of the City of Frankfurt

largely barrier-free

WC wheelchair accessible

Help for people with hearing impairments

Free admission for children and young persons under 18

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