Eintracht fans who want to delve deeper into the history of their favourite club and relive special successes will once again have the ideal place to go from next Tuesday, 16 March 2021. Because then, after a four-month break, the Eintracht Museum will finally be allowed to reopen to visitors - in compliance with the hygiene rules currently in force, of course.
Those wishing to visit the museum in Deutsche Bank Park must register in advance at tickets.eintracht-frankfurt-museum.de for one of the times offered there. Alternatively, reservations are also possible at the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the museum, there is then the opportunity to explore the history of Eintracht in detail. An exciting museum rally with small prizes awaits children. And finally, guests will be able to take a look at Deutsche Bank Park from the stands. After many months, a breath of stadium atmosphere makes a visit to the museum that little bit more attractive. And a special treat awaits all fans in the exhibition: there is the opportunity to take photos with the DFB Cup.
Admission for adults is seven euros, children and young people pay five euros.
Further information is available at: http://museum.eintracht.de