Interested in out-of-the-ordinary museum experiences, special guided tours or the latest research results? We cordially invite you to acquaint yourself with our wide-ranging offers in various languages for children and adults, school classes, clubs, associations or company groups – and make every museum visit unique.

For our extensive German-language offers, please switch to the German page. We will naturally be happy to advise you in English as well.

Individually bookable offers

Individually bookable offers

Tours are available in English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Dutch and Japanese.
Please contact us to arrange your group visit even if you do not wish to book a guided tour.

Guided tours and workshops for school classes, kindergarten and after-school groups

Discover art the fun way and learn more: the Städel Museum has art education offers for all school forms as well as kindergartens and after-school groups. Our suspenseful and diverse guided tours make every museum visit a very special experience. We can gladly tailor the theme of the guided tour to your curriculum.

At your request, we can supplement your guided tour with a workshop in the Städel ateliers. There the participants can put what they’ve seen on the tour into practice, making the learning experience all the more intense.

Guided tours for private groups and associations

Travel group, art circle, family gathering or club trip: there are many occasions for a visit to the museum. A private guided tour is the most pleasant way of getting to know the masterpieces of seven hundred years of art history and the special exhibitions.

Would you like to learn more about a certain topic? We will be happy to help you find an offer that suits your group’s interests! Naturally, at your request we can supplement your guided tour with a workshop in the Städel ateliers.

Guided tours for companies

A company trip to the Städel? Teambuilding in the museum? A communicative guided tour can be an excellent way of engaging in contact with colleagues. Enjoy the relaxed and pleasant atmosphere at the Städel Museum. Our museum education staff will introduce you and your colleagues to the secrets of seven hundred years of art history and give you the most important information on the current exhibitions.

In search of an especially unforgettable experience? Supplement your guided tour with a workshop in our Städel ateliers! Just contact us! We will be happy to help you find an offer that suits your group’s interests.

Barrier-free art experience

Experience art without bounds. Whether for visitors with impaired vision or deaf persons – we will guide you with detailed spoken descriptions of the works or sign language interpreters, thus paving your way to art.
Guided tours for visitors with impaired vision or deaf persons (with sign language interpreter) can also be booked individually.

Public offers

Public offers

Art talks

English is your native tongue and you’d like to talk to others about art in that language? Or you’re a non-native speaker and would be interested in building on your knowledge of English outside your professional environment? With “Art Talks”, we offer a programme of guided tours providing a relaxed atmosphere in which the fine arts will inspire you to perfect your English. The prerequisite is good command of English; no special knowledge is required.

Every second Thursday of the month, 7 pm
No reservation necessary
Participation is included in the admission fee
Meeting point: Metzler-Foyer
Click here for the next date

Audio Guide

Art at your own pace. With texts on more than 250 works, the audio guide offers countless impulses and information for a different museum visit every time. Depending on your interests, you can put together your own individual tour: from the masterworks to art and cultural history, from the children’s tour to the audio tour with a difference – depending on your mood and as suspenseful as a radio play.

The audio guide is available at the Städel Museum cashier’s desk. The complete audio guide is available in German and English. The masterworks tour is also offered in Spanish and French.
The children's audio tour through the collection is available in German and free of charge.

Städel App

The Städel App is a free offer for smartphones. Aside from the option of purchasing the entire exhibition audio guide as an in-app, the Städel app offers interesting background information and audio-guide tracks on approximately one hundred works in the Städel collection.

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Take the digitorial before you come to our exhibitions ‒ as a well-informed visitor you’ll enjoy the show all the more! With the digitorial you can prepare for the show in advance with the aid of informative texts, entertaining audio tracks and lots of pictures ‒ at home, in a café, or on the way to the exhibition.

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Winner Grimme Online Award 2015

The innovative multi-media preparation course, the Monet-Digitorial, has won a “Grimme Online Award 2015” in the category of culture and entertainment.


The online preparation course: take the digitorial to acquaint yourself with the exhibition “Victor Vasarely. In the Labyrinth of Modernism”.

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Art History Online

Art History Online

Experience “Art History Online – The Städel Course on Modern Art” – at no cost and exactly when it suits you. Learn about art history and visual studies in a richly varied way as you proceed through the five modules of the course on your computer or tablet at your own pace.

Based on roughly 250 selected works from the collection of Frankfurt’s Städel Museum, the course provides you with multifaceted insights into modern art, from 1750 to the present. The competent and entertaining moderator Sebastian Blomberg, a stage and screen actor, guides you through the course. With a multimedia combination of film, texts, playful learning formats and a comprehensive timeline, you are concisely and clearly presented with expert theoretical knowledge. The sounds of the Berlin musician Boys Noize accompany the learning experience.

Register now at no cost

Understanding art from 1750 to the present with a completely new educational format.

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