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20 Attractions to Explore Near Städel Museum

Städel Museum
Städel MuseumSchaumainkai 63, 60596 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

The Städel Museum in Frankfurt is an art museum with one of the most valuable collections in the country. It owns over 4,600 photographs, 100,000 drawings, 3000 paintings and 600 sculptures. In addition to a library of 115,000 books.

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Museum for Communication Frankfurt
Museum for Communication Frankfurt0.22 KMs away from Städel Museum

With a vast collection of communications equipments from the past, Museum for Communication Frankfurt showcases the histoy and spread of various methods of communication. The exhibition centers around different communication methods-  mail, telegraph, telephone, radio, television and computer.

Museum Applied Art(Museum Angewandte Kunst)
Museum Applied Art(Museum Angewandte Kunst)0.59 KMs away from Städel Museum

Museum of Applied Art(Museum Angewandte Kunst) is located in Frankfurt am Main, and it is a part of the Museumsufer - the collection of museums in and around the banks of river Main. More than 60,000 objects are included in it's collection, ranging from Eropean handicrafts, graphics, Islamic and East Asian art. The collections dates from twelfth to the twenty first century.

Römer
Römer0.98 KMs away from Städel Museum

This medieval building is located in Altstadt district in Frankfurt, Germany. It is one of the most important landmarks in the city. The Römer has been Frankfurt's city hall for over 600 years.

Main Tower
Main Tower1.05 KMs away from Städel Museum

This 240 meters skyscraper in Frankfurt is named after the nearby Main river. The tower has five underground stories and two public observing points. It is the only skyscraper in Frankfurt with a public viewing observatory. The tower's design features what appears to be two connected towers. The smaller of the two is of a cuboid shape, a design common to 1970s architecture. The second and taller is a circular tower with an entire blue glass exterior which features the transmission tower on top.

Frankfurter Kunstverein (Frankfurt Art Association)

Frankfurter Kunstverein (Frankfurt Art Association) is an art museum located in the center of Frankfurt. It was founded in 1829 by a group of influential residents of the city and today it is situated on a gothic building from 1464 called "Steinernes Haus (Stone Building)". The museum has no permanent collection, but its contemporary art exhibitions are internallionally renowned.

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt1.06 KMs away from Städel Museum

Schirn Kunsthalle is an art gallery located between the Römer and the Frankfurt Cathedral. The gallery exhibits modern and contemporary art, and it is the main venue for temporary art exhibitions in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt Cathedral
Frankfurt Cathedral1.17 KMs away from Städel Museum

This Roman Catholic Gothic church is placed in the center of Frankfurt. It is the largest religious building in the city and was a former collegiate church. Despite its common English name, it has never been a true cathedral, but is called the Kaiserdom (an "imperial great church" or imperial cathedral) due to its importance as former election and coronation church of the Holy Roman Empire.

Museum für Moderne Kunst
Museum für Moderne Kunst1.24 KMs away from Städel Museum

The Museum für Moderne Kunst (MMK in short) is a modern art museum in Frankfurt. Founded in 1981 and opened in 1991, the museum is popularly called "peice of cake" because of it's trangular shape. This is one of the newest museums in Frankfurt and it's permanent collection comprises of over 4,500 works of international art, from 1960's to the present.

Alte Oper
Alte Oper1.45 KMs away from Städel Museum

Frankfurt's original opera house. It is now known as the Alte Oper (Old Opera). Alte Oper is a concert hall and former opera house in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It was inaugurated in 1880 and destroyed by bombs in 1944. It was rebuilt in the 1970s and opened again in 1981.

Naturmuseum Senckenberg
Naturmuseum Senckenberg2.26 KMs away from Städel Museum

Natural history museum, located in Frankfurt. It is the second-biggest of its kind in Germany and particularly popular among children, who love the vast collection of dinosaur fossils. Senckenberg boasts the largest exhibition of enormous dinosaur fossils in Europe.

Frankfurt Zoo
Frankfurt Zoo2.34 KMs away from Städel Museum

The Frankfurt Zoo is a world-renowned zoo in the city of Frankfurt, Hessen. The zoo is home to around 4,000 animals, many of which can be seen in one of the six themed areas on the zoo grounds. With plenty of attractions for visitors of all ages, the Frankfurt Zoo is a must-see destination for any traveler visiting Frankfurt. Frankfurt Zoo is an accredited member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) and participates in several global conservation projects.

Palmengarten
Palmengarten2.50 KMs away from Städel Museum

It is one of the three botanical gardens in Frankfurt, Germany, located in the Westend-Süd district with 22 hectares. The botanical exhibits are organized according to their origin in free-air or climatized greenhouses, which also contain numerous tropical and subtropical plants.

Schultheis-Weiher (Schultheis pond)
Schultheis-Weiher (Schultheis pond)8.27 KMs away from Städel Museum

Surrounded by meadows, fields and garden, Schultheis pond is a quick getaway on a hot summer day. The lake is surrounded by a nature reserve and offers sunbathing area.

Strandbad Langener Waldsee
Strandbad Langener Waldsee10.09 KMs away from Städel Museum

The Langener Waldsee is the largest bathing lake in the Rhine-Main area. Surrounded by forests and providing opportunities for swimming, surfing, sailing, fishing and campings, it is visited by 20,000 people in peak summer days.

Saalburg
Saalburg20.25 KMs away from Städel Museum

A Roman fort located on the Taunus's central ridge, northwest Bad Homburg. It is a cohort fort, part of the Limes Germanicus, the Roman linear German provinces border fortification. The fort includes a museum, Saalburg is the most completely reconstructed Roman fort in Germany.

Messel Pit Fossil Site
Messel Pit Fossil Site21.84 KMs away from Städel Museum

The Messel Pit is a disused quarry near Messel's village about 35 km south-east of Frankfurt. Because of its abundance of fossils, it has significant geological and scientific importance. It is is declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site on Dec 9, 1995, making the area a tourist site and famous attraction. The Messel Pit provides the best preserved evidence of Geiseltalian flora and fauna so far discovered. Most other sites are lucky to contain partial skeletons, but Messel boasts extensive pres

Mathildenhöhe (Darmstadt Artists' Colony)
Mathildenhöhe (Darmstadt Artists' Colony)25.18 KMs away from Städel Museum

The Darmstadt Artists’ Colony refers to both Jugendstil artists and the buildings in Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt, where they lived and worked. The artists’ colony was established in 1899 by Ernest Ludwig, Grand Duke of Hesse. The artists were largely financed by patrons and worked together with other members of the group who had similar artistic tastes.

Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt
Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt25.44 KMs away from Städel Museum

This huge multidisciplinary museum in Darmstadt was founded in 1820 from donations of the local princely state's ruling family. The museum is especially noted for its art collection, and features an important natural history collection.

Kurpark
Kurpark30.16 KMs away from Städel Museum

This is a public park in Wiesbaden center, stretching from the Wilhelmstraße to the southern borders of Sonneberg district and lying directly behind the Kurhaus convention center. The Kurpark was created in 1852 as an English landscape park, and it includes a lake with rental boats and a 6-meter high fountain.

Gutenberg Museum
Gutenberg Museum30.71 KMs away from Städel Museum

The Gutenberg Museum is one of the oldest museums of printing in the world, located in the old part of Mainz, Germany. It is named after Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of printing from movable metal type in Western Europe. The collections include printing equipment and examples of printed materials from many parts of the world. The Gutenberg Museum's collection of bookplates, is the most comprehensive public collection in Germany and one of the most important worldwide.