You want to experience Frankfurt from a very special side? Experience a piece of city history that is only accessible to a few? Then you should definitely join one of the guided tours in the Kasematten. We have good news for all those interested: in the second half of 2019, the Archaeological Museum Frankfurt will again be offering the much sought-after guided tours at the former Friedberg bastion of the Baroque city fortifications. Here, visitors can experience 300 years of the city's history up close - a truly special experience.
The casemate, named Frankfurt's "Monument of the Year 2014", represents an imposing and high-ranking cultural monument with a walkable length of over 40 metres and a clear height of 4 metres. The tour on the site of the administration and care centre of the Orphanage Foundation in Bleichstraße leads from the current street level to a depth of 9.50 metres. Information panels with old city views and plans as well as archaeological finds allow visitors to experience the history of the complex from its construction in 1628 to its use as an air-raid shelter during the Second World War. Here Frankfurt shows itself from its truly not everyday side.
The guidance dates in the 2nd half-year - beginning is in each case 14 o'clock and 15.30 pm
Sunday, July 14
Sunday, 21. July
Sunday, July 28
Sunday, August 11. August
Sunday, August 18
Sunday, September 1. September
Sunday, September 29
Sunday, September 13. October
The family tour for children ages six and up will also take place at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 15.
Registrations are possible Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by calling 069/212-39344 and emailing email@example.com.
Meeting point is in front of the courtyard entrance Bleichstraße 10. The tours last about 60 minutes each, the participation fee is 5 euros.
Important notes: Access to the casemates is not barrier-free. There are no sanitary facilities on site. It is requested to have the participation fee ready in a suitable manner. There are no discounts with the MuseumsuferCard.