The “Städel” is one of Germany’s oldest and important art collections.
If you an art lover, and are visiting Frankfurt, than take a few hours to visit the Städel Museum. It’s easy to get to from the middle of Frankfurt, just cross the nearest bridge and make your way to the Museum street on the river Main.
At the Städel take a journey through the cultural landscapes of Europe, from the Middle Ages to the present. On display are old masters like Holbein, Botticelli, Rembrandt and Vermeer. There are 19th and 20th century artists such as Monet and Cézanne, Kirchner and Picasso. Modern painters include Penck, Baselitz and Bacon.
The Städel Art Museum was built in 1878, and since foundation the collection of European and International art has expanded on a regular basis, numbering over 2,500 paintings, 600 sculptures and 100,000 drawings and graphic designs.
The Städel library offers a large selection of literature and specialist journals on topics concerning visual arts and art history.
At the Städel there is also bookshop, café and restaurant.
Tuesday, Friday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm
Wednesday and Thursday, 10 am to 9 pm
Ticket Prices: Adult: €10, Family ticket: €18