- Admission prices
Mon–Fri: 14 euros, reduced 12 euros, family ticket 24 euros
Sat–Sun: 16 euros, reduced 14 euros, family ticket 24 euros
Admission is free for children under the age of 12.
The ticket is valid for the entire Städel Museum including all exhibitions.
*Information on the Admission Prices
Admission is free for members of the Städelverein.
Avoid the long queues for admission to the museum. Purchase your ticket online at tickets.staedelmuseum.de.
- Audio guide & app
For the Rubens exhibition there is an audio guide in German and English. The audio guide can be hired at the ticket desk or in the Städel Museum’s Mini Shop for 4 euros, or 7 euros for two. The audio guide equipment itself is issued in the Mini Shop. The audio guide to the Rubens exhibition is also available as an in-app purchase of the Städel App for the special price of 0.99 euros.
There is also an audio guide to the Städel collection. Put your own tour together according to your interests, favourite subjects and mood. The audio guide offers lots of suggestions for a different visit to the museum every time.
The free Städel App for smartphones is the ideal companion for your visit to the museum. It gives you access to text, audio and video material revolving around more than 100 highlights of the collection. In the museum, the app’s integrated image scanner recognizes selected works in the collection. Associative questions provide an initial introduction to each individual highlight, and additional audio and video material offers the opportunity to delve deeper.
The audio guide is available in German, English, Spanish and French.
- Bags, jackets, food and beverages
For security reasons, bags (larger than DIN A4) and jackets must be checked in the cloakroom. In order to avoid unintended contact with the artworks, no articles of clothing may be carried over your arm in the exhibition rooms.
The consumption of food and beverages is not permitted in the exhibition rooms. It is not permitted to take drinks into the exhibition rooms. All such items can be checked in the cloakroom. There are rooms on the ground floor of the main building for attending to infants and small children.
For visitors with limited mobility and visitors with prams or pushchairs, the Städel Museum is accessible by way of a lift. The lift is located on the east side of the building (Dürerstrasse).
Visitors with a degree of disability of 50 per cent or more are eligible for the reduced admission fee. If a “B” has been entered in the disability pass, admission is free for one accompanying person.
For reasons of safety, we reserve the right to regulate access to the exhibition galleries with prams/pushchairs when necessary (e.g. in cases of high visitor volume). The museum offers space for parking prams/pushchairs.
Booking is required for all events related to the Rubens exhibition. To make your booking, please call +49(0)69-605098-200 or write to email@example.com. Some offers can also be booked online through our Ticket Shop.
- Cafés and restaurants
Our self-service café is located adjacent to the museum shop. In addition to coffee and tea specialities, we carry an assortment of seasonal offers including sandwiches, salads, cake and cookies. With its incomparable view of the Frankfurt skyline and the River Main, the café is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy. You can also visit the café without an admission ticket for the museum.
Opening times and contact
Right next to the Städel Museum, the café/restaurant “Holbein’s” – the recipient of multiple restaurant awards under the culinary direction of Mario Lohninger – awaits your visit. Enjoy light cuisine with regional and international influences in a special atmosphere.
Opening times and contact
The Liebieghaus Café:
A special tip from those in the know: just a few steps away from the museum is the Café im Liebieghaus, where you can enjoy home-made cakes and other small delicacies.
Opening times and contact
The use of the cloakroom in the Städel Museum is free of charge. The cloakroom is located to the back right of the main foyer area. Visitors must check jackets, bags (larger than DIN A4), knapsacks, umbrellas and large articles that may not be taken into the exhibition. For reasons of space, it is not possible to check suitcases or trolleys. A 1-euro coin is needed to use a locker. We do not accept liability for items checked in the cloakroom or left in the lockers.
For groups, a group cloakroom is available in the Metzler Foyer (basement, level -1). Please ask our security staff.
Apart from its own diverse programme for the public, the Städel Museum also offers a unique setting for selected private events. Conferences, lectures, company gatherings and other festivities are carried out with great success in the Metzler Foyer, the Metzler Hall, and the Städel Garden. To preserve the quality of this atmosphere – which is as special as it is exclusive – the use of the event facilities is reserved solely for our patrons, sponsors and long-term partners.
Contact Event Management
Family tickets are available at the price of 24 euros for families of up to two adults with their own children and grandchildren under the age of 18.
Families wishing to reserve tickets online can purchase two online tickets prior to their visit and will then receive free passes for their own children or grandchildren at the entrance.
- Gift certificates/Flextickets
Admission vouchers and the “Flexticket Rubens” can be given as gift certificates. Admission vouchers can be purchased at the ticket desk for 20 euros; sales are restricted to a maximum of four per person. The vouchers are valid for three years from the date of issue. Flextickets are available for 20 euros from the Ticket Shop. No more than four Flextickets will be sold to any one person. They are valid for the duration of the exhibition.
Pre-booking is generally required for all groups at tel. +49(0)69-605098-200, firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the Städel Museum, persons accompanying groups of children are responsible for their supervision (teachers, kindergarten teachers, etc.).
Admission prices for groups:
The members of groups (minimum group size: 10) are eligible for the reduced fee.
Day-care groups and school classes: admission free to 6th form
School classes 7th form and over and students, min. group size 10: 3 euros per person
- Guided tours
The Städel Museum offers a wide range of guided tours and events related to the collection and special exhibitions. More information
Moreover, you can choose to book individual tours. Pre-booking is generally required for all groups. Tours are available in English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Dutch and Japanese. Inquiries and bookings at tel. +49(0)69-605098-200, email@example.com.
Owners of an ICOM-Card receive free admission and can receive a free pass at the group cash register.
- House rules
Click here for the house rules.
- Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection
Just a few minutes’ walk from the Städel Museum you will find the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung. There you can see sculptures dating from Ancient Egypt to Neoclassicism in the historical Liebieghaus villa, the gallery buildings and the large, park-like garden.
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Tue, Wed, Fri–Sun 10 am – 6 pm
Thu 10 am – 9 pm
- Museum Embankment Card
The Museum Embankment Card and Museum Embankment Ticket entitle their holders to free admission to all participating Frankfurt museums and their special exhibitions. Priority admission is not covered by the offer and unfortunately also not possible during special exhibitions. Please consult the museum cooperation pool guidelines for the Museum Embankment Card and the Museum Embankment Ticket. On presentation of your Museum Embankment Card or Museum Embankment Ticket plus photo ID at the desk, you will be issued a free admission ticket.
- Museum shop with bookshop and café
On an area of over two-hundred square metres, the award-winning museum shop offers a comprehensive and diverse range of more than six thousand book titles as well as a wide selection of gift articles. The adjoining self-service cafe with a view of the Frankfurt skyline serves coffee and tea specialities as well as a seasonal range of cake, pastries, sandwiches and salads.
Open on Sundays and public holidays. You can also visit the shop and the café without an admission ticket for the museum.
Opening hours and Contact Museum shop
Opening hours and Contact Café
- Opening hours
See all the general and special opening hours on Information & Service.
- Online tickets
Online tickets are available at tickets.staedelmuseum.de and entitle holders to priority admission to the Städel Museum. The tickets are valid for one day. The online ticket can be printed out or scanned in as a mobile ticket from the display of a Smartphone. We regret that it is not possible to exchange or return an online ticket.
You can also purchase online tickets with your Smartphone. With your Smartphone browser, go to tickets.staedelmuseum.de. Your ticket will be scanned in via the display of your phone when you enter the museum and does not have to be presented as a print-out.
Please note: Reduced-fee tickets can be purchased only at the Städel Museum cashier’s desk. Valid identification is required.
Please be advised that there are no special parking spaces for museum visitors directly at the museum. We therefore recommend that you use the nearby multi-storey car parks.
Parking for cars
Multi-storey car parks are located within walking distance of approximately 10 minutes from the museum. Names and addresses:
Alt-Sachsenhausen: Walter-Kolb-Strasse 16 (B43)
Am Theater: Willy-Brandt-Platz 5
Untermainanlage: Untermainanlage 1
Parking for coaches
No reservations can be made for coach parking spots.
The following coach parks are located in the vicinity of the Städel Museum: map
- Photos, Audio and Video Files
Regarding the use of camera, audio and video recorders:
The use of cameras (without flash) for private purposes is permitted in the collection and the special exhibitions, except where explicitly indicated otherwise for certain works. Cameras, audio and video recorders may be used for commercial or publication reasons only with written permission from the Städel Museum. To obtain permission, please contact our press department prior to your visit. For the commercial use of photographs, audio and video recordings, as well as for the use of additional lighting devices (flashes, video lights, etc.), tripods, selfie sticks or other equipment, permission must be granted previously by the Städel Museum.
If you like to aquire illustrations of our art works and rights for reproduction, please contact our agency Artothek www.artothek.de. This picture archive does the delivery of digital data or transparencies and there you can do investigation work in a data-bank.
- Public transport
Underground lines U1, U2, U3, and U8 (to “Schweizer Platz”)
Tram lines 15 and 16 (to “Otto-Hahn-Platz”)
Bus 46 Museumsuferlinie (to “Städel”)
On foot approximately 10 minutes from the central railway station via Holbeinsteg Bridge
- Press requests
For press requests please visit our Newsroom. The Städel Newsroom is our offer for journalists, bloggers and online multipliers. There you will find a wealth of information and material on the Städel Museum’s exhibitions and projects for use in the media.
Seating is provided in the museum, and visitors may take additional stools with them into the rooms exhibiting works from the collection. Wheelchairs and wheeled walkers for visitors are available from the cloakroom on request.
For members of the Städelverein and the Städelclub, admission to the collections and all exhibitions is free of charge at all times, with no queueing.
- Visitor service and tour inquiries
For questions, suggestions, tour inquiries and other information please contact our Visitor service, available from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm,
Telephone +49(0)69-605098-200, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Waiting times
Please note that, depending on visitor numbers, you may sometimes have to wait, either for admission or at service points in the museum such as the cloakroom, issue counter for audio guides, etc. Avoid waiting for admission by buying an online ticket at tickets.staedelmuseum.de. With an online ticket, you gain direct admission to the museum without having to queue at the ticket desk.
We offer all our visitors access to WiFi free of charge. Just connect your mobile device with the “Staedel_WiFi” WiFi and discover our digital offers for your visit to the Städel! No password is necessary.