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Sightseeing & Attractions in Frankfurt

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Dom - Frankfurt Cathedral

Originally built as a parish church in 1235, an edict of 1356 decreed that all German emperors be elected here, thus conferring cathedral status upon the church.
Phone: 69 297 0320


This idyllic castle is situated in the middle of a lake in Holzhausen park. Built in 1727-29, it was once the Holzhausen dynasty's country residence.
Phone: 69 55 7791

Kommunale Galerie im Leinwandhaus

The Kommunale Galerie (Communal Gallery) was founded in 1974 and is housed in the Leinwandhaus, an atmospheric 14th century building.
Phone: 69 2123 8847


This permanent exhibition documents the importance of the Dom (Frankfurt Cathedral) as the city's first parish church and as a place where German kings and emperors were crowned and elected.
Phone: 49 69 28 9229


The house where Goethe was born on August 28 1749, is a fine example of how the well-to-do lived in the late baroque era.
Phone: 69 13 8800

Senckenberg Natural History Museum

New findings in all areas of biology, paleontology and geology are displayed.

Zoo Frankfurt

Welcome to the jungle: In the Big Cat Jungle, lions and tigers prowl through a nearly natural environment. Observers are separated from the animals only by panes of glass or water-filled ditches, for
Phone: 69 2123 3735

Eiserner Steg

The Eiserne Steg, probably Frankfurt's best known bridge, is a romantic 19th century footbridge over the river Main.

Commerzbank Arena

Constructed from 2002 to 2005, the Commerzbank Arena is one of the world's largest convertible sports venues.

Städel Museum

Located on Dürerstraße, the Städel Museum holds a number of art exhibitions every week. Talented artistes from Germany and other countries display their paintings and sketches at this venue.
Phone: 69 60 5098

Archaeological Museum Frankfurt

The Archaeological Museum is dedicated to researching, presenting and informing about the prehistoric, roman, mediaeval and more recent archaeology of Frankfurt and its surrounding countryside.
Phone: 69 2123 5896

Main Tower

The MAIN TOWER is located in the heart of Frankfurt. The area in which the MAIN TOWER is situated is a mixed commercial and residential locality.
Phone: 69 3650 4740


The Palmengarten is a trust established by the citizens of Frankfurt in 1868. On 50 acres, the gardens display numerous beautiful and interesting plants throughout the year.
Phone: 69 2123 3939

Historisches Museum

Since its founding in 1878, the Historisches Museum has focused on cultural objects and works of art which are of particular significance to the city of Frankfurt, with a particular
Phone: 69 2123 5599

Alte Oper

The Old Opera House still looks as magnificent and imposing as it did when it was opened by Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1880.
Phone: 69 134 0219

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