Frankfurt

Jüdisches Museum

  Untermainkai 14 - 15      +49 69 21 23 50 00     more than a year ago
This moving and historic museum depicts the role of German Jews in Frankfurt before the Holocaust. Exhibits present a remarkable look at the lives, history and culture of the Jews, with moving depictions. The annex on Kurt-Schumacher-Str. displays archaeological remnants of synagogues and private homes in the Judengasse (the focal point of Jewish life in the city).

Tram stop

Willy-Brandt-Pl.

Tel / Fax

+49 69 21 23 50 00 / +49 69 21 23 07 05

Website

Email

info@juedischesmuseum.de

Open

Open 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-20:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €4.00/2.00.

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29.07.2009
Jo

The annex, better known as the "Judengasse Museum", contains the foundations from homes that existed in the Jewish Ghetto. These date from 1462 onwards. The Ghetto was opened up in the early 1800's when Frankfurt was occupied by the French. The synagogue that was located there, was burned down on 9 Nov. 1938 and they have remnants from that.
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