The Archaeological Museum classifies and cultivates the research, presentation and communication of prehistoric, Roman, mediaeval and modern archaeology of Frankfurt and its neighbourhood.
From 1356 until 1792 the "Kaiserdom" (Emperor's Cathedral) served as the church for the election and and after 1562 the coronation of all German Emperors.
Residential estates such as Römerstadt, Praunheim, Westhausen and Am Bornheimer Hang arose during the years 1925 to 1930 under Frankfurt Building Director Ernst May.
A stroll through the thrilling history of public transport in Frankfurt
The historisches museum on the Römerberg welcomes visitors with topical permanent and special exhibitions as well as a wide range of events and activities to accompany children and adults in exploring the city of Frankfurt and its history
The museum shows the diversity of porcelain in the cultural context of the times
The Paulskirche (St. Pauls Church) is seen as the cradle of German democracy.
The Petrihouse is an idyllic excursion location offering one the opportunity to travel backwards and experience the magic of the Romantic era.
Römer (city hall) and Römerberg (city hall square) are cardinal locations in Frankfurt history.
Museum for the Frankfurt dialect poet, journalist and satirist Friedrich Stoltze