SATOURDAY 2015 - free museum entry, last Sat. each month in Frankfurt

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Ah, I thought it might have changed since then, but that's great, thanks.

 

I've also looked at your blog and will definately be keeping an eye on that in the future. Lookgs very good, thank you!

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Looks like I haven't updated this in a while. If you are looking for something to do tomorrow, this is a good chance to visit some of the museums.

 

Free Museums on SATOURDAY

 

* Archeology Museum * Dom Museum * Ikon Museum * Kinder Museum (Childrens museum) * Judengasse Museum * Jewish Museum * Museum of Modern Art * Deutsches Architecture Museum * World Culture

 

You still have to pay to get into the following museums, even though some may have special workshops for kids and families

 

* Goethe Haus * Communication Museum * Senckenburg Museum of Natural History * Palmengarten * Liebieg Haus * Schirn *Städel * Bible House * Film Museum * Giersch

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Haven't brought this up to the top since July! Lots of new people in town, so utilize the budget friendly free museum day while the weather is cold and blustery. This is held the last Sat. of each month.

 

http://frankfurt-on-foot-cityguide.blogspot.de/2010/01/satourday-free-museum-entrance-in.html

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New in town or just haven't gotten around to visiting any museums in Frankfurt yet? The last Saturday of the month is the cheap way to see them.

 

Happening on 27 Sept.

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Judengasse Museum is closed until autumn of 2015 for renovations.

Geldmuseum is closed until 2017.

 

Archeology Museum has a nice gladiator exhibit.

Jewish Museum has an exhibit about Jews living in Germany during the Roman era.

Architecture Museum exhibit until Feb. is about the skyscrapers of Frankfurt and best international high rises.

The Museum of Modern Art is in 3 different locations now. They have a new exhibit space in the Taunus Turm. The exhibit at the location on Braubach str. is really good but is only there until Feb. so get over there to see it.

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* Architecture museum still has the exhibit about the skyscrapers of Frankfurt, as well as an exhibit about the German prize for best building in Germany

 

* Kunsthandwerk Museum has 108 Buddhas on exhibit

 

* Modern Art Museum is in 3 locations, so make sure you go to all of them.

 

The Gladiator exhibit at the Archeology museum is now gone.

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