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Visiting Goethe House Frankfurt

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Frankfurt offers idyll for a literature and art lover. Pack your luggage and fly to Goethe House to discover the fantastic and exclusive artworks of this renowned artist.

insights of Goethe House

insights of Goethe House

Goethe House

Goethe House

Located in the central district of Frankfurt, the Goethe House was the residence of renowned writer 'Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.' The ground floor of the house features its history while the third floor displays the exhibits related to its residents. Decorated with wooden furniture and spectacular paintings, the house elucidates the relationship of art and artists of his epoch. It highlights a rich collection of drawings, paintings, canvases, manuscripts, books art and craft works by this famous writer. A well-researched library has also been established for the lovers of Goethe.

Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew

Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew

Located near Goethe House in the heart of Frankfurt, Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew is a Roman Catholic Gothic Church. Constructed in the seventh century, the church symbolises national unity. It levitates tourists towards its marvellous architecture, charming anterior, fascinating decor and illuminating events.

German Architecture Museum

German Architecture Museum

Located a mile away from Goethe House, German Architecture Museum is the most striking and impressive museum in town. It features the buildings and constructions of the eighteenth century. The museum is famous for its wide known exhibition entitled as 'From Ancient Huts to Skyscrapers.' It also highlights millions of architectural drawings and hundreds of demonstrations ranging from the classical era to the middle age to the modern world. The library situated inside the museum showcases more than twenty-five thousand books and magazines. You can visit this beautiful site between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm on all week days except Monday. It extends its closing time on Wednesday to 8:00 pm.

Goethe House Frankfurt Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Book the tickets through this website at an affordable price.

How To Get Around?

You can only explore the Goethe House on foot.

What Should I Wear?

Comfortable attire provides for a leisure trip. Take the clothes which are easy to carry and cozy to wear. Pack light weighted and soft fabric clothes like tees, shirts and jeans. Moreover, breezy long dresses, jumpsuits, and tunics will look fabulous with stylish accessories. Wear comfortable shoes as you need to walk a lot in the galleries of the museum. Flip-flops, shoes and flat sandals are best for the pedestrian excursion. Avoid wearing high heels. In addition to this, you can include a floppy hat, a pair of sunglasses and hand tissues to wipe sweat. If you are planning to visit in winters, then do not forget to have layers and jackets.

Goethe House Frankfurt Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the Goethe House is between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm for all the days. It closes at 5:30 pm every Sunday. Moreover, late spring and early autumn provide a soothing climate in Frankfurt. Explore green landscapes and bright sunshine in April, May, August and September.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

This website offers the best and detailed information about the tour and so, you won't be needing a guide.

How To Get There?

Frankfurt offers multiple modes of transportation. Frankfurt Airport is the main gateway connected to several airlines from across the world. Opt for any of the flights that suit you best. The city is famous for its high-speed trains connecting the majority of German cities. It also welcomes various rails from its neighbouring countries. You can also grab the bus for Hauptbahnhof Station for an economic trip. However, the best way to get around the city is by a tram, taxis, and U-Bahn. Prefer to hire a cab or self-driven vehicles for a leisure tour. Avoid using a car in tourist hot spots, especially on weekends. Frankfurt provides rental bikes in expansive bike lanes across the city. You can get these from April through December at various picking or dropping points.

Additional Info

Frankfurt is a perfect destination to spend vacations with family and friends. A little advice will make your trip a memorable one. Try to book the tickets online for the Goethe House as it will save your time and money. It restricts carrying eatables and drinks inside the premises. Do not touch the exhibits and displays, and help the museum department to keep it safe. Goethe House strictly prohibits monopods, tripods, flashes or photography. However, you can carry cell phones and cameras inside the museum but do not use them in the exhibition areas. Moreover, it is advised to download the official app of the Goethe House and Museum in your cell phone from Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Beware of pickpockets and take care of your valuables and belongings.

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