- By Kevin
- On Aug 3, 2017
- Travel Tips
The Senckenberg Museum is one of largest museums dedicated to natural history in Germany,and it’s a fascinating place for young and old.
The museum showcases more than 400,000 exhibits,ranging from fossil amphibians,American mammoths,and Egyptian mummies,to many more of the museum's most famous attractions.This includes Europe’s most diverse exhibitions of large dinosaur skeletons,including an impressive Tyrannosaurus Rex.Discover the universe with exhibits covering everything from the"big bang"to the origin of our planet.
Address:Senckenberganlage 25,60325 Frankfurt
Located in the center of Frankfurt’s Old Town,the Schirn Kunsthalle is the city’s premier exhibition venue for modern and contemporary art.The Schirn works closely together with renowned museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris,and its changing exhibits and retrospectives presented masters such as Vassily Kandinsky,Marc Chagall,Alberto Giacometti,Frida Kahlo,Yves Klein,Arnold Schönberg,and Edvard Munch.
Address:Romerberg,60311 Frankfurt am Main
Set in a 19th century villa close to the river Main,the Liebighaus offers a fantastic sculpture collection;over 5000 pieces are on display,from ancient Egypt,Greece,and Rome to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.The café,set in the surrounding garden,offers wonderful home-made cakes.
Address:Schaumainkai 71,60596 Frankfurt am Main