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Welcome! Here you will find all relevant information about your visit to the Städel Museum.

Opening Hours

Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun
10 am – 6 pm

10 am – 9 pm


Special opening hours

Thu, 9 May 10 am – 6 pm

Sun, 19 May 10 am – 6 pm
Mon, 20 May
 10 am – 6 pm

Thu, 30 May 10 am – 6 pm

Tue, 3 October 10 am – 6 pm

Tue, 24 December closed
Wed, 25 December 10 am – 6 pm
Thu, 26 December 10 am – 6 pm

Tue, 31 December closed

Wed, 1 January 2025 11 am – 6 pm

Städel Rooftop

Tue – Sun
10 am – 6 pm

Access to the Städel Rooftop may be restricted at short notice due to weather conditions.

Museum shop

Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 
11 am – 6 pm

11 am – 8 pm


12 noon – 5 pm

Library & Mediatheque

1 pm – 5 pm

We kindly ask you to register in advance.

Study Room of the Department of Prints and Drawings

Wed, Fri
2 pm – 5 pm

2 pm – 7 pm

We kindly ask you to register in advance.

Current Notes

Information for your visit in June

Tuesday, 25 June

Also due to an event, the Old Masters galleries (2nd floor) will only be accessible until 4.30 pm on 25 June.

We kindly ask for your understanding.

Information for your visit in July

Thursday, 11 July
Due to an event, the exhibition “Muntean/Rosenblum. Mirror of Thoughts” (Metzler Foyer) and the Städel Garden will only be accessible to a limited extent on Thursday, 11 July until 5 pm.

We kindly ask for your understanding.

Information for your visit in August

Sunday, 18 August
On Sunday, 18 August, the Städel Garden is only accessible free of charge until 3 pm and then, due to the special event “Sunday Sessions”, with your admission or event ticket. Members of the Städelscher Museumsverein and holders of the MuseumsuferCard require an event ticket to participate.

We kindly ask for your understanding.

Still Need a Ticket?

We look forward to your visit!

Ticket Prices

Groups*€14 / person
Children under 12 yearsFree admission
Members of StädelvereinFree admission

Tuesdays from 3 pm
Tuesday Special                                

All information for visitors with the MuseumsuferCard can be found here.

Ticket prices from 10 July 2024

Ticket prices during the exhibition “Städel | Women. Women Artists between Frankfurt and Paris around 1900” (10 July–27 October 2024)

Tuesday–FridaySaturday–Sunday, holidays


€14 / person
€16 / person
Children under 12 years

Free admission

Members of Städelverein
Free admission

Tuesdays from 3 pm
Tuesday Special                                  
9 €

All information for visitors with the MuseumsuferCard can be found here.

How to Get Here

Städel Museum
Schaumainkai 63
60596 Frankfurt am Main

Public transport

Underground U1, U2, U3 and U8 to “Schweizer Platz”

Tram 15 and 16 to “Otto-Hahn-Platz”

Car parks

Walter-Kolb-Straße 16 (Alt-Sachsenhausen)

Willy-Brandt-Platz 5 (Schauspiel Frankfurt)

Untermainanlage 1 (Untermainanlage)

Tour coaches

It is not possible to make reservations for the coach parks.


For visitors with limited mobility and visitors with prams or pushchairs, the Städel Museum is accessible by way of a lift at the main entrance (Schaumainkai 63).

Public disabled parking spaces can be found on Holbeinstraße at the corner of Schaumainkai.


Find all the information you need on accessibility at the Städel Museum.

Questions & Answers

Is there an audio guide for the Städel Museum?

Städel Highlights
Discover the highlights of the Städel collection—from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque all the way up to classical modern and contemporary art—with the free audio guide app! Available as a free app for Android and Apple.

May I take a bag, jacket, food, or beverages into the Städel Museum?

For security reasons, bags (larger than DIN A4) and jackets must be checked in the cloakroom. In order to avoid unintended contact with the works of art, 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. Beverages may not be taken into the exhibition halls.  All such items can be checked in the cloakroom.

Is there a free cloakroom at the Städel Museum?

The use of the cloakroom at the Städel Museum is free of charge. The cloakroom is located to the back right of the main foyer area. Jackets, bags (larger than DIN A4), knapsacks, umbrellas, and large articles that may not be taken into the exhibition must be checked in. Due to space restrictions, it is not possible to check suitcases or trolleys. A €1 coin is needed to use a locker.

We accept no liability for items checked in at the cloakroom or left in lockers.

Is there seating available in the Städel Museum?

Seating is available throughout the museum and in the special exhibition. Folding stools are only available for use in the permanent exhibition and are unfortunately not permitted in the special exhibition. Wheelchairs, walking frames, and canes can be hired from the cloakroom.

Is there free WiFi at the Städel Museum?

We offer all our visitors free WiFi access. Simply connect your mobile device to the “Staedel_WiFi” and discover our digital offers for your visit to the Städel! No password is required.

Am I allowed to take photographs, film, or make sound recordings in the Städel Museum?

The use of photo cameras (without flash) for private purposes is permitted in the permanent exhibition and in the special exhibitions, unless explicitly stated otherwise for specific works. Flashes, additional lighting equipment, tripods, selfie sticks, or other devices are not permitted.

Cameras, audio and video recorders for commercial or publication purposes may only be used with the written permission of the Städel Museum. To obtain permission, please contact our press department () prior to your visit. The commercial use of photographs, audio and video recordings, as well as the use of additional lighting (flash, video lights, etc.), tripods, selfie sticks, or other equipment, requires prior permission from the Städel Museum.

If you would like to acquire images of our works of art and the rights to reproduce them, please contact our agency bpk. This image archive supplies digital data and offers a database for research.


Visitor Service

The best and easiest way to contact us is to use our contact form.

Please only use the telephone number for urgent enquiries: +49 (0)69-605098-200.

Please have a look at our Questions & Answers section before contacting us.

Guided Tours

Please request appointments for group offerings using the form provided.