Your visit

Weltkulturen Museum

A museum of the city of Frankfurt
Schaumainkai 29-37
60594 Frankfurt

Tel. 0049 (0) 69 212 31510


  1. Opening hours

    Tues-Sun 11am-6pm
    Wed 11am-8pm

    Due to spatial limitations, the Weltkulturen Museum exhibits exclusively changing special exhibitions. Please pay attention to our rebuilding phases.
  2. Safety Guidelines
    Please note: The 2G-plus rule applies to your visit to the museum. Access is given to person with the following proof:

    Double vaccinated and tested
    Recovered and tested
    Triple vaccinated (boostered)
    Recovered and double vaccinated
    Double vaccinated and recovered
    Vaccinated, recovered, vaccinated
    Freshly double vaccinated (max. 3 months, from the day of the second vaccination)
    Freshly recovered (max. 3 months, from the day of the positive PCR test)
    Recovered + once freshly vaccinated (max. 3 months, from the day of vaccination) 

    Visitors under 18 years of age as well as those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons (the latter of whom must provide a written medical certificate that includes the person’s full name and date of birth) are permitted to show a Testheft (testing booklet for school students) or a negative lateral flow test instead of a negative PCR test.

    There is no need for pre-registration. 

    - Please keep a distance of at least 1.5 m in the entrance and at the counter.
    - Protective masks are mandatory. Please cover mouth and nose. We sell simple protection masks at the counter.
    - Please keep a security distance of at least 1.5 m from visitors and guards.
    - Please sneeze and cough in the crook of your arm, wash or disinfect your hands regularly.
    - People with acute illness must not visit the museum.
    - Please use the marked separate exit.
  3. Public Guided Tours

    Public tours on Wednesdays at 6pm, on Saturdays at 3pm and on Sundays at 3pm. Please find further information in our calendar.
  4. Admission Fee
    Museum: €7 / reduced €3.50

    Free admission every last Saturday of the month

    Free admission:
    Children and young adults up to 18 years old, members of the friends of the Museum, ICOM-members and Museumsufer-Card and -Ticket holders, students of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main

    Concessions apply to children between 6 and 18 years old, school and university students, apprentices, unemployed persons, persons with disabilities and groups of at least 20 persons

    For owners of the Frankfurt-Pass (Frankfurt passport) or the Kulturpass (cultur passport) as well as for refugees who can verify their refugee status applies a reduced admission fee of €1.
  5. Booking of guided tours for groups
    Guided tours for groups up to 10 persons:
    €50 + admission fee per person (60 minutes)
    €75 + admission fee per person (90 minutes)

    English-language guided tours for groups up to 10 persons:
    €60 + admission fee per person (60 minutes)
    €90 + admission fee per person (90 minutes)

    Guided tours for school classes (at least 6 students):
    €3 per Person including museum admission (60 minutes)
    €4,50 per Person including museum admission (90 minutes)

    English-language guided tours for school classes:
    €4,50 including museum admission (60 Minuten)
    €6,75 including museum admission (90 Minuten)

    Booking weekdays via or by phone on 069 212 39898
  6. Weltkulturen Labor
    Schaumainkai 37
    60594 Frankfurt

    Opening hours:
    Tues-Sun 11am-6pm
    Wed 11am-8pm

    Entrance: €3 / reduced €1,50
  7. Weltkulturen Library

    Schaumainkai 35
    60594 Frankfurt
    Tel. 0049 (0)69 212 34349 / 212 45277

    Opening hours:
    Our library is open by prior arrangement (by telephone or e-mail).
  8. How to find us
    Public transport: U-Bahn U1, U2, U3, U8 (Schweizer Platz), U4, U5 (Willy-Brandt-Platz)

    By car: Parkhaus Walter-Kolb-Straße, aprox. 7 minutes by foot. Parking is available for persons with restricted physical mobility. Please register ahead of your visit. (Except at events)

We regret that our exhibition space is not handicapped accsessible.