At the Museum of Regional Historic Art and Culture, the broad exhibition range covers all types of art – painting, photography, sculpture, graphic art, architecture and applied arts. Usually the exhibitions focus on artist that have some sort of connection to Frankfurt or the Frankfurt region. It presents works on loan from public and private owners, which are often stored in depots or private collections and therefore not otherwise accessible to the general public. There are also varying exhibitions at any time. Public guided tours for groups such as pupils or adults by arrangement.
Schaumainkai 83, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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Museum Giersch and Nearby Attractions on Map
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