For all those who would like to immerse themselves in Eintracht Frankfurt's exciting club history for once and, above all, relive the special highlights, there is good news: on 4 July 2020, the Eintracht Frankfurt Museum will reopen its doors after the forced Corona break of several months. Museum director Matthias Thoma is looking forward to "showing our old and new treasures to the public and reliving memories with our visitors of times when the stadiums were still full and Eintracht won the DFB Cup." Of course, there are some special measures to be observed here as well, and visitors will have to abide by them. But then there is nothing standing in the way of an exciting summer with lots of stories from the world of Frankfurt sport and all about Eintracht.
Matthias Thoma and his team have also come up with something special for this: Under the title "Our Stadium", special exhibits from the 95-year history of the Frankfurt stadium have been brought together and will be presented in the newly designed special exhibition room. As stadium tours are currently not possible due to current hygiene and protection measures, the guided tour of the museum will be extended and, as a special highlight, will offer guests the opportunity to take photos with one of the great trophies in the club's history.
The museum tours start daily at 12 noon and 2 pm and cost 9 euros (reduced 7 euros) and include a soft drink for each guest.
Please note urgently: Since the stadium area is still closed until further notice and it is therefore not possible to get to the museum individually, all visitors and visitors must register in advance at email@example.com or on 069-955 03 275.
The Eintracht Frankfurt Museum thanks its visitors for their understanding and looks forward to many visitors!