Frankfurter Goethe-Haus and Deutsches Romantik-Museum
|Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun, Public Holidays||10 – 18 h|
|Thu||10 – 21 h|
Changed opening hours: 26.4.2022, 11 – 18 h
Differing opening hours
|20.1.2022||10am – 2pm|
|15.4.2022 (Good Friday)||closed|
|18.4.2022 (Easter Monday)||10am – 6pm|
|26.4.2022||11am – 6pm|
|26.5.2022 (Ascension Day)||10am – 6pm|
|6.6.2022 (Whit Monday)||10am – 6pm|
|7.6.2022 (special Frankfurt holiday)||10am – 1pm|
|16.6.2022 (Corpus Christi)||10am – 6pm|
|27. & 28.8.2022||10am – 4pm|
|24. & 25.12.2022||closed|
|26.12.2022 (2. Christmas Holiday)||10am – 6pm|
|Mon – Fri||10 – 12 und 13 – 16 h|
After registration till 5.30pm
Phone:+49 (0)69 138 80-242
Corona: Current information
Valid from 2 April 2022:
- Wearing a medical mouth-nose mask (FFP2, KN95, N95 or comparable without an exhalation valve, surgical mask) is compulsory for the entire visit, including at the seating area. Please bring this with you or purchase it on site at cost price.
- Acutely ill persons must refrain from visiting the exhibition and events. Please stay at home if you have cold symptoms. This also applies if you are in quarantine by official.
- Please wash or disinfect your hands regularly during your stay. Disinfection dispensers are available for you.
- Keep a distance of at least 1.5 - 2 metres from other people.
- Please avoid shaking hands. Please observe the sneeze and cough etiquette.
- For your cloakroom, please use the lockers available in the ticket office. No liability is assumed for the use of the coat racks.
- Please follow the instructions of the staff.
We thank you for your support and understanding. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
In order to make visiting the exhibition safe during the Corona pandemic, the Goethe House and the academic library will be opened and events will be held in accordance with a comprehensive hygiene plan that was developed and implemented according to official guidelines. The precautionary measures for infection control include a reduction of the number of visitors as well as increased cleaning of neuralgic points. The officially issued regulations and recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute, the federal and state governments, the Museum Association and the authorities of the City of Frankfurt apply.
Tickets are sold at the museum box office on site. Online reservation not possible.
Frankfurter Goethe-Haus and
|Students / Trainees||6 €|
|Frankfurt Card adults||5 €|
up to 2 adults + children aged 18 and under
|Children aged 6 and under, Museumsufer Card or Museumsufer-Ticket, ICOM-Card or hessische Ehrenamts-Card holders & members of the Freies Deutsches Hochstift||free|
|Groups 11 persons or more||7 € per person|
|Groups 20 persons or more||6 € per person|
Group tours prices
|Regular groups (up to 9 persons)||Admission plus 60 € guide fee|
|Students (up to 9 persons)||Admission plus 40 € guide fee|
|Students – Supplementary focus (30 minutes)||20 €|
|Pupils (min. 45 € / 10 pupils)||4,50 € per pupil incl. admission|
|Pupils – Supplementary focus (30 minutes)||20 €|
|Guided tours in foreign languages (up to 9 persons)
English, French and others on request
|Admission plus 80 € guide fee|
Adress, Directions & Map
S-Bahn 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (Hauptwache)
U-Bahn 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 (Hauptwache)
U-Bahn 4, 5 (Dom/Römer)
Straßenbahnen 11, 12, 14 (Karmeliterkloster)
Parkhaus Hauptwache (Kornmarkt 10)
Parkhaus am Goetheplatz (Goetheplatz 2A)
Parkhaus am Kaiserplatz (Bethmannstraße 50-54)
Open tours (in german)
PUBLIC GUIDED TOURS IN GERMAN
|Tuesday - Sunday||2pm, 4pm|
|Saturday, Sunday||10:30 a.m.|
FAMILY GUIDED TOUR FRANKFURTER GOETHE-HAUS
|Every second and fourth Saturday of the month||2pm|
Participants up to 18 years of age have free admission.
Participation is included in the museum admission. Without registration. Seats subject to availability. The guided tours take place with a minimum of two participants, max. 15.
Registration is generally required for groups: email@example.com
Maximum 15 people per guided tour.
Groups of more than 15 people can book an introduction to the Goethe-Haus (about 20 minutes).
The Goethe-House is not accessible for wheelchairs and baby carriages.
A handicapped toilet is available.