The Night of Museums in Frankfurt is an awesome cultural offering. This year the Night of Museums will be held on May 10, 2014. Exploring all the museums in Frankfurt during a single night is a wonderful adventurous experience and provides ideal opportunity to the tourists to explore the city’s art and culture scene in quite an unusual way.
The annual event in Frankfurt attracts a large number of tourists from different parts of the world. More than 50 cultural venues will be taking part in the Night of Museums. The museums across Frankfurt will be open for access until 2 am. All the participating museums can be explored on a single ticket.
Apart from the museums, many exhibition houses in Frankfurt and Offenbach will be showcasing their exhibits during unconventional time. The visitors are in fact offered a cultural tour. They can participate in workshops, see theatrical and musical performances, attend readings sessions, see video shows and indulge in partying. Special guided tours are also offered to the visitors during ongoing current exhibitions. They also get fabulous opportunities to treat themselves to gastronomic specialties.
The museums of Frankfurt are a sheer delight for night-time enjoyment because of their location as well. Most of the museums are situated along the Museumsufer, the Main River embankment. To access all the museums on the Night of the Museums, the visitors are required to purchase tickets two weeks in advance before the participating museums open their doors on that particular night.
The important museums worth visiting on the Night of the Museums include Antique Tram Museum, Leather Museum, Palmengarten, Communication Museum, Senckenburg Museum, Bible Haus, Kinder Museum, Experimenta, Fisher Vaults, Karmeliter Cloister, Archeology Museum, Anne Frank Bildungsstätte, Geld Museum, Ikon Museum and others.