Guided tours to outstanding museums in Frankfurt
1 . Frankurt: Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum, Filmmuseum, Museum for Communication
Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum Frankfurt/ Bible–Experience–Museum
Metzlerstraße 19, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
Bible–Experience–Museum, not only for kids!
All ages appreciate the immersive exhibition with life-size replicas of an ancient fishing boat from the Galilee – according to a specatcular find or a Nomadic tent.
From its beginnings in the 2003 the Bible Museum Frankfurt employs content through hands- on. A Gutenberg printing press but also hands-on acitivities like spinning a thread, using a fibula on an replica coat, writing in ancient languages, exploring the scents and fragrances of ritual burning connect research and content of the bible as a ressource for belief as well as culture.
DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum e.V.
Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Everything is film
A tour through the permanent exhibition and the workshop rooms offers insights into the educational work of the DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum. The various activities accompanying the exhibition are introduced and briefly presented in examples.
Museum für Kommunikation/ Museum for Communication
Schaumainkai 53, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Past, present and future of communication in our permanent exhibition: HISTORIE/S of Media and the “Kinderwerkstatt”
On the basis of ground-breaking inventions, curious experiences and uncommon destinies, we trace a trajectory from cuneiform tablets to smart glasses. This development is illustrated in 44 islands, 35 interactive elements and grouped under one of four key phenomena: ACCELERATION, CONNECTEDNESS, GLOBAL CONTROL and PARTICIPATION. The “Kinderwerkstatt” is specially for our young visitors. In a children’s post office counter, a cable post and a small printing store and inventors’ corner children can let out their creative sides!
2 . Frankfurt: Archäologisches Museum, Naturmuseum Senckenberg
Archäologisches Museum/Archaeological Museum
Karmelitergasse 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
The Archeological Museum houses a collection of artifacts of Classical Antiquity and the ancient Orient, but also shows the history of Frankfurt through outstanding finds from prehistory, the Celtic and Roman culture, and the early Middle Ages.
Together with an archeologist, explore the special exhibition “Biatec Nonnos” about the Celts on the middle Danube and the Main..Then we will visit last year’s reopened Kaiserpfalz franconofurd. During the tour, the educational activities of the museum will be described and the educational facilities viewed.
Senckenberg Naturmuseum/Senckenberg Natural History Museum
Senckenberganlage 25, 60325 Frankfurt am Main
Learning with and from dinosaurs
The Senckenberg Natural History Museum offers many educational opportunities for children. In guided tours or workshops they can learn about a variety of subjects, like evolution, biodiversity or geology, as well as about the processes of scientific discoveries. Our aim is to arouse curiosity and promote interest in nature, science and research.
Discover the possibilities yourself in an overview with the head of museum education.