Frankfurt News


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175 Years of the St Paul’s Church Parliament

In 1848, the first freely elected German national assembly met here to lay the foundation of Germany’s democratic constitution. In 2023 and 2024, the 175th anniversary of this historic event will be celebrated with special city walks, with various exhibitions and with the “Routes of Freedom” coursing through the entire region.


From 14th June to 14th July 2024, Frankfurt – one of ten host cities of the UEFA EURO 2024 tournament in Germany – will be transformed into a blockbusting festival of football!
Five matches of the European football championships will be played at Frankfurt’s Deutsche Bank Park, while all 51 will be shown live at the city’s official football fan zone along the River Main.

Visitors Center at the Stock Exchange

Bonds and other securities, stock trading and retirement plans are just some of the themes being interactively conveyed by the new visitor centre of the German Stock Exchange. Here, you're able to expand your knowledge and watch the action on the trading floor from the visitor gallery. Visits are free of charge, while guided theme tours are available for booking upon request.


German Romantic Museum

The German Romantic Museum, located right next to the Goethe-Haus, is open! Experience the age of Romanticism in a multimedia and synaesthetic way with works by the Brentano siblings, Schumanns, Caspar David Friedrichs and many more.


MOMEM - Museum of Modern Electronic Music

The world's first museum for electronic music is now open. As a prelude, the MOMEM starts with an exhibition about the well-known Frankfurt DJ and artist Sven Väth, whose career began 40 years ago here in Frankfurt. 


Visitor centre at Frankfurt Airport

The new Fraport Visitor Centre will be acquainting visitors with the fantastic world of air travel. Spread out over two levels, the visitor centre will make for a truly interactive airport experience. Visitors will have the chance to see what it takes to be an air-traffic controller and to head off on a motion ride that follows the underground baggage track all the way to the loading dock. As a reminder of the tour, visitors will receive a photo frrom a photo box.



”Dialogue in the Dark” - There’s nothing to see in this unique museum, but plenty to feel. Four adventure areas await visitors, who are led through the museum by blind or vision-impaired tour guides. The tour promises to sharpen the senses and to make it possible for participants to experience and understand the sensation of blindness. The new “sound room”, which may be visited independently of the main tour, will help visitors to gain new sensorial impressions.