The Satourday

 

Frankfurt’s museums have teamed up for a special programme: on every last Saturday of the month admission is free for many museums. On these days, except during August and December, the museums offer more than just exhibitions. Children and adults can embark jointly on a tour of discovery.

kinder museum frankfurt (Uwe Dettmar 2008)

Special guided tours for families, workshops and other activities with different mottos are offered free of charge. Alongside the own research and tours a colourful diversity unfolds. The programme is arranged on a half-yearly basis.

Free admission on Satourdays: Archäologisches Museum, Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Dommuseum, Historisches Museum, Ikonen-Museum, Jüdisches Museum, Junges Museum, MMK 1 des Museum für Moderne Kunst, MMK 2 des Museum für Moderne Kunst, MMK 3 des Museum für Moderne Kunst, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Museum für Kommunikation (only children and young persons under 18), MUSEUM GIERSCH der Goethe-Universität (only children and young persons under 18), Museum Judengasse, and Weltkulturen Museum.

Note: On these days admission is charged by Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum, Deutsche Filmmuseum, EXPERIMINTA ScienceCenter, Frankfurter Goethe-Haus, Senckenberg Natural History Museum, Struwwelpeter-Museum, and Palmengarten. Museum für Kommunikation and MUSEUM GIERSCH der Goethe-Universität admission is charged for adults only.

The Satourday Flyer in German is available here.

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