7- Senckenberg Museum
Frankfurt’s Natural History Museum is the second largest museum of its kind in Germany. Here, massive dinosaurs roam free to the excited squeals of children. Visitors can follow the tracks of a Titanosaurus to discover the wonders of the natural world, including a cast of the famous Lucy, extinct animals and a new reptile exhibit.
The distinguished Old Opera House elicits the old-world elegance absent in much of the city. Opened in 1880, it was destroyed in WWII, rebuilt in the 1970s and finally reopened in 1981. Engage in a night of high culture by attending a performance, or simply walk by to enjoy how beautifully it is lit at night.
Just across the Main River is the impressive Museumsufer. This riverside aisle of museums includes the world-renowned Städel art gallery, German Architecture Museum, German Film Museum, among others.
Frankfurt's "Grand Dame" of an exhibition hall brings hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city each year. Its size is the first thing to impress, but the neo-baroque design and non-stop events also leave a grand impression. Opened in 1909 by Kaiser Wilhelm II himself, the interior dome soars 40 meters into the air. Over the years, it has hosted some of the world’s most famous entertainers as a sports and music venue. Everything from the MTV Europe Music Awards to the WWE has happened here. After arriving, all you need to do it sit back and enjoy the show.
Where to stay in Frankfurt
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