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Goethe-Haus

Goethe-Haus

The house where Johan Wolfgang von Goethe, Germany's world-famous poet and writer, was born in 1749 is now a shrine to his memory, preserved as an example of how the well-to-do lived in Frankfurt...

Frankfurt Botanical Gardens

Frankfurt Botanical Gardens

The well-ordered and interesting Botanical Garden in Frankfurt is administered by the University. The gardens are designed to take visitors on a journey through different areas of the plant...

Heidelberg

Heidelberg

The historic university town of Heidelberg, about 55 miles (89km) south of Frankfurt, is billed as a city of music and romance. It is one of the few German cities that escaped relatively unscathed...

Liebieghaus

Liebieghaus

Situated on the south bank of the river Main, the Liebieghaus was built in 1896 for Czech Baron Heinrich Liebieg, but today is the home of Frankfurt's Museum of Sculpture. Exhibits...

German Film Museum (Deutsches Filmmuseum)

German Film Museum (Deutsches Filmmuseum)

One of Germany's finest film museums, the Deutsches Filmmuseum shows old films from its collections continuously. These can be viewed on the second floor of the museum while the downstairs...

Historical Museum (Historisches Museum)

Historical Museum (Historisches Museum)

The Historical Museum (Historisches Museum) has many permanent exhibitions on display featuring objects and works of art ranging from the Middle Ages to present day. The museum's...

St?¤del Gallery

St?¤del Gallery

Frankfurt's most important art gallery is the St?¤del Gallery, containing a fantastic collection of most European schools of painting. The first floor features the works of German painters of the...

Frankfurt Zoo

Frankfurt Zoo

The Frankfurt Zoo, located in Ostend, was nearly totally destroyed in World War II, with only 20 animals surviving. It was rebuilt in the early 1950s and since then has grown to include several...

Well of Justice (Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen)

Well of Justice (Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen)

The Well of Justice, or Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen, was built in Frankfurt's central square of Romweberg in 1541. About 70 years later the wells received stone interiors and the Statue of...

Eschenheimer Turm

Eschenheimer Turm

The Eschenheimer Turm is one of the few remaining towers of the medieval fortifications that encircled the city of Frankfurt. The 154-foot high (47m) gothic tower was built as part of the...

Palmengarten

Palmengarten

This spectacular garden in Frankfurt was opened to the public in 1871 and features 50 acres (20 hectares) of flora from rain forest and mangrove, to savannah and thorn forest vegetation. During...

Children's Museum of Frankfurt

Children's Museum of Frankfurt

The Children's Museum of Frankfurt gives provides an interactive and exciting glimpse of what life is like under the streets of Frankfurt. Exhibitions take in the various geology, biology...

Senckenberg Museum of Natural History

Senckenberg Museum of Natural History

One of the biggest natural history museums in Germany and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History in Frankfurt features exhibits of recent biodiversity of life and...

Struwwelpeter Museum

Struwwelpeter Museum

The Struwwelpeter Museum features memorabilia of the children's books, Struwwelpeter (' ), which were written and illustrated in the early 19th century by Dr. Heinrich Hoffman. These tales reflect...

Rebstock Bath

Rebstock Bath

A visit to the Rebstock pool on a hot summer's day in Frankfurt is a must for children of all ages. It features a huge 394-foot (120m) water slide, wave pool, hot tubs, saunas and even an...

St Bartholomeus Cathedral

St Bartholomeus Cathedral

The St Bartholomeus Cathedral, or Dom Sankt Bartholom?¤us, dominates the Frankfurt skyline with its imposing 311-foot (95m) spire, contrasting sharply with the modern skyscrapers in the downtown...

The Fairy Tale Road

The Fairy Tale Road

The Fairy Tale Road follows a meandering 370-mile (595km) route that traces the path of famous storytellers the Brothers Grimm. Many people don't realise that the Brothers Grimm didn't...

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