MUSEUM VISITS
THE GOLDKAMMER

The Goldkammer Frankfurt is one of the most modern museums in Europe. The spectacular museum building contains an underground system of treasure chambers with more than 500 objects spanning 6,000 years of cultural history. From gold’s origins and its symbolic meaning in different cultures to its use as an object of exchange and a means of payment – the Goldkammer Frankfurt allows visitors to discover the many facets of gold.

MEDIA GUIDE
Guests and visitors can download the Goldkammer Frankfurt media guide onto their smartphones as a free app. The guide offers in-depth information about the individual exhibition rooms and objects. In addition, a children’s path featuring object-related fairytales ensures that our young guests have an eventful and entertaining visit. Headphones are available at the cash desk.

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Goldkammer Frankfurt

VISITING WITH
THE FAMILY

With its extraordinary objects and impressive rooms, the Goldkammer Frankfurt transports visitors to the mysterious world of gold. Providing an entertaining journey from the beginnings of the universe to the present day, the museum presents gold as the fabric from which myths have been woven and with which real history has been made.

The goal of the Goldkammer Frankfurt is to astonish people of all ages, generate interest in gold and convey knowledge in an exciting way. Our youngest visitors can look for hidden fairytales amidst all the objects. Short, child-oriented texts await school students who are just learning to read, and for teenagers and adults there are succinct explanations that prompt “aha” moments and smiles in addition to presenting factual knowledge.

FAQ

When is the Goldkammer Frankfurt open?
The Goldkammer Frankfurt is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. It is closed on Mondays. School classes and other groups can visit the Goldkammer from 9 am to 11 am on weekdays.

Do I have to make an advance booking by telephone to visit the Goldkammer Frankfurt?
An advance booking by telephone is not necessary, but in order to ensure you get in, we advise you to book a ticket on the Internet specifying an admission time, because the number of visitors is restricted by fire regulations.

Is it possible to visit the museum with a baby carriage or a wheel chair?
The Goldkammer Frankfurt offers barrier-free access throughout the building.

What does admission cost for children and young people?
Admission is free for children and young people under the age of eighteen.

What is the regular price of admission for adults?
The regular price of admission for adults is 10 euros.

Is there a reduced admission rate for senior citizens, trainees and university students?
The reduced admission rate for senior citizens, trainees and university students is 5 euros.

Is there a reduced admission rate for welfare recipients?
The reduced admission rate for welfare recipients is 1 euro (proper ID required).