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Schaumainkai, 60594 Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
Sachsenhausen-Nord
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The area between the central Main bridges are inviting for a walk, you can take it south from Römer and north toward main station, e.g. Maintenance of the waterside walk used to be better after they renovated the housing area.

Thank J G
Reviewed 27 May 2018

Part of the historic Sachenhausen district, the embankment of the river Main is home to many important museums including the famous Stadel museum. It also makes for a relaxing walk and hosts a flea market on weekends.

2  Thank TAIN2013
Reviewed 21 May 2018

but even better with all the musuems right next to you.. Museumsufer is on the bank of the Mein river.. and pretty much in the CBD of Frankfurt.. an easy walk from HBF.. or you can take a trolley from HBF to get here too.....More

Thank Magellan720605
Reviewed 8 May 2018

This is a pleasant walk by the river and a number of museums along the way. Eiserner Steg is an interesting way to come to the museum sufer area.

Thank ChennaiRajaram
Reviewed 12 April 2018

The Frankfurt Museumsufer is one of the most important locations for museums in Germany and Europe. From the west to the east you can find the following museums: Museum Giersch, Liebieghaus sculpture collection, Städel Art Museum, Museum of Communication, German Architecture Museum, German Film Museum,...More

1  Thank Mikael F
Reviewed 8 April 2018

The concentration of museums on the south bank of the River Main makes this a great place to hang out. If the weather is bad, spend more time in the excellent museums - there are a lot! If the weather is nice, spend more time...More

1  Thank Michael Z
Reviewed 29 March 2018

In summer theres a festival here with loads of different food and music. We visited the museums during the day and then spent two nights dancing and listening to music. Party atmosphere!

Thank Madeleine L
Reviewed 6 March 2018

A number of different galleries here and worth having a look at them all, they also have a fairly decent cafe for a break for coffee.

Thank wizard60
Reviewed 24 February 2018

Of course you have all the great museums there like the Städel, which is basically the Louvre of Frankfurt. The Film Museum is really good too, next to it the Architecture Museum which always have great exhibits. In between you find the Musemspark which is...More

2  Thank Alex90028
Reviewed 15 December 2017

Very nice walk on the Sachsenhausen side of the river Main along many different museums ... you will find one interisting for you for sure. Gorgeous in spring and summer when the leaves of the trees or growing again. Every 2nd weekend on Saturdays you...More

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I recall that there was off-street parking near the museums.
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MonikaUrsula
31 October 2015|
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Depends where you come from. There is a lot of poosibilities for public transportation.
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6 February 2015|
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The path along the Frankfurt museums is free of charge. There are plenty of meseums agong the river. Each has its own price there. A spescial occasion to get into several for little costs is during the muuseum summer... More
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