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Kasse und Museumsshop  Foto: Fritz Philipp

Opening Hours

DEUTSCHES ARCHITEKTURMUSEUM (DAM)
Schaumainkai 43
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
T +49 (0)69 – 212 388 44
info.dam@stadt-frankfurt.de
www.dam-online.de

Opening Hours
Tue Sun  10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Mon closed

Special Opening Hours
Info will follow soon

DAM LIBRARY
Hedderichstraße 108–110
60596 Frankfurt am Main
T +49 (0)69 – 212 308 27
christiane.eulig@stadt-frankfurt.de

Opening Hours
The DAM library is open weekdays under the applicable hygiene and distance regulations.
Visits are only possible by appointment via e-mail or phone.

DAM COLLECTION
Hedderichstraße 108–110
60596 Frankfurt am Main
T +49 (0)69 – 212 308 31
dam.archiv@stadt-frankfurt.de

For visiting the Collection at Hedderichstrasse a special arrangement is necessary.

Current reference

The protection of employees and visitors is our top priority and requires extensive measures. Protective screens are installed in the checkout area. Audio guides and the output of similar devices (tablets) will be dispensed with. Media stations can be used. Rules of conduct in the entrance area advise visitors* that a distance of at least 2m must be maintained – both to other visitors and to staff. Wearing a OP or medical FFP2 mask with CE number (visors or fabric masks are not permitted) is obligatory in all museums in accordance with the regulations for public transport and retail trade. The sneezing label must be observed and hands must be washed regularly in museums as well. Acutely ill persons must refrain from a visit. A maximum of 150 people can visit the museum at the same time.

Kind reminder: The 3G rule regarding Covid-19 is to be applied in cultural institutions in Hesse: Only vaccinated, recovered and tested visitors are allowed to enter!

The following options are available for providing proof in accordance with the 3G Regulation:

Vaccinated: Submission of proof of complete vaccination via Corona warning app, CovPass app, or Luca app, printed vaccination certificate, or vaccination passport. Anyone who has received all partial vaccinations and whose last vaccination was at least 14 days ago is considered fully vaccinated. This also applies to persons who are considered already recovered and have been inoculated with one of the four permissible vaccines.

Recovered: Submission of the positive PCR test. This must be at least 28 days old, but no older than a maximum of 6 months.

Tested: Submission of a negative Corona test; either a negative PCR test, no older than 48 hours, or a negative rapid antigen test, no older than 24 hours, issued by an official Corona testing site.  Self-tests are not accepted, and on-site testing is not available.

Children under the age of six are exempt from mandatory testing. Students must present the test booklet they receive at their school as proof once school starts on August 30.

Admission

Admission
Admission DAM: EUR 6,–
Admission DAM reduced: EUR 3,–

Reduced admission to the exhibitions:
pupils, students, trainees, unemployed persons, severely handicapped persons, owners of the Frankfurt Card, groups from 20 persons

Free Admission to the exhibitions:
children and youngsters up to 18 years, students at Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main, members of the Society of Friends of the DAM, owners of the DAM Card, the Museumsufer Card and the Museumsufer Ticket, members of AKH, members of ICOM, visitors from twin towns, necessary assistants of handicapped persons

Adult owners of the Frankfurt Pass and refugees pay a reduced admission of EUR 1.–

Reduced admission on presentation of particular statements.

Special events like Legobaustelle, workshops, STADTplus evenigs and lectures are excluded from the arrangement for free admission; reductions are possible in parts.

Directions and your visit

DIRECTIONS

How to find us – here you can plan your individual journey on our travel platform from green mobility:
www.greenmobility.de/frankfurt/deutsches-architekturmuseum-dam

By local transportation
Underground lines U1, U2, U3, U8 (Schweizer PlatzMuseumsufer)
U4, U5 (Willy-Brandt-Platz)
Tram lines 15, 16 (Schweizer StraßeGartenstraße)

By bicycle
There are bike racks opposite the museum.

Car parks
Walter-Kolb-Straße 16 (Alt-Sachsenhausen)
Willy-Brandt-Platz 5 (Schauspiel Frankfurt)
Untermainanlage 1 (Untermainanlage)

Please use local transportation if possible because parking places are limited.


YOUR VISIT

Cloakroom
The museum has a cloakroom with lockers – number and size are limited. We therefore ask for your understanding that larger suitcases can not be accommodated. We can not assume any liability for your personal belongings.

Accessibility / stroller
All exhibition rooms and the auditorium are barrier-free to reach.
Prams may be taken to the exhibitions.

Museum shop
In our museum shop you will find all exhibition catalogs of the DAM as well as a large selection of architectural publications, which can also be ordered online. Cosmetic bags made from our facade banners, current exhibition posters and postcards complete the small but fine offer.

Café
The café with skyline view is open during museum opening hours for a visit with or without museum entry.

FAQ

Accessibility/Prams
All exhibition rooms and the auditorium are barrier-free to reach.
Prams may be taken to the exhibitions.
Café
The café with skyline view is open during museum opening hours for a visit with or without museum entry.
Photos and movies
In the exhibition rooms may be photographed and filmed for private purposes. For non-private photos and film, if necessary with a tripod, please contact us.
Become a friend
You would like to become part of the activities and the network of the DAM? The Society of Friends of DAM welcomes you as a new member. For membership information, see Friends of DAM.
Guided tours
On Saturdays and Sundays free public tours take place in our current exhibitions. For group tours or private tours, please contact Yorck Förster. In addition, our partner architour offers guided tours.
Cloakroom
The museum has a cloakroom with lockers – number and size are limited. We therefore ask for your understanding that larger suitcases can not be accommodated. We can not assume any liability for your personal belongings.
Groups
Groups always require prior registration. You can reach our service staff under T +49 (0) 69 – 212 388 44 or info.dam@stadt-frankfurt.de.
Museum shop
In our museum shop you will find all exhibition catalogs of the DAM as well as a large selection of architectural publications, which can also be ordered online. Cosmetic bags made from our facade banners, current exhibition posters and postcards complete the small but fine offer.
Press requests
You can send your press inquiries directly to our PR department at presse.dam@stadt-frankfurt.de.
Seats
At the DAM, you can rent folding seats and bring them to the exhibition. In addition, a walker is available if needed.
Leasing of auditorium space
The DAM is available for your event as a venue. Please address inquiries directly to Annette Becker at annette.becker@stadt-frankfurt.de.
Wifi
The DAM offers free, non-limited Wi-Fi access, which is currently available in the ground floor, café and auditorium areas. You will receive the password at checkout.
House rules

You can find the house rules of the DAM here

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