On Saturday, there will again be plenty of art in Frankfurt and Offenbach from 7 pm. <link https: www.frankfurt-tipp.de ffm-aktuell s ugc eine-nacht-fuer-die-kunst-nacht-der-museen-in-frankfurt-und-offenbach-am-5-mai.html _blank>The NIGHT OF THE MUSEUMS offers again in 2018 numerous great actions - not only on the Museumsufer. Because a total of over 40 museums and galleries in Frankfurt and Offenbach will open their doors until 2 a.m. and offer a colorful cultural program. In order to be able to experience as much of this as possible, it should of course be possible to cover the distances between the venues as quickly as possible. Therefore, free special buses will shuttle between the museums, historic trams between the Zoo, Gallus and Sachsenhausen, and a shuttle boat on the Main between the Städel and the Eisernem Steg.
But the actual journey to and from the museum should also be as pleasant as possible. Therefore, it is advisable that you rely on public transport and leave your own car at home. More and longer trains will be used to cope with the rush of visitors.
The S-Bahn lines S1, S3, S4, S5 and S8/S9 as well as the U-Bahn lines U4 and U8 will be running regularly all night. However, due to construction work, the S-Bahns do not run through the Frankfurt S-Bahn tunnel at night, but can only be reached via Hauptbahnhof or Südbahnhof. Until about one o'clock in the morning, most other lines run as scheduled, after which the night buses supplement the service.
In addition, for the Night of the Museums, the closing time of other subway and tram lines will be moved to about 2:30 a.m. - half an hour after the museums close their doors. Detailed information is available in the Night of the Museums program booklet, on the RMV service telephone at 069/2424-8024 or at <link http: www.rmv.de _blank>
More night services, more seats, more journeys
More seats will be offered on S-Bahn lines S1 to S6 as well as S8 and S9 through longer trains, and lines S1, S3, S4, S5 and S8/S9 will offer continuous night services.
The U4 (Seckbacher Landstraße - Bockenheimer Warte) and U8 (Riedberg - Südbahnhof) subway lines also run regularly all night without interruption. The U2 (Südbahnhof - Nieder-Eschbach) and U7 (Hausen - Enkheim) lines, as well as tram lines 11 (Höchst - Fechenheim), 15 (Niederrad - Südbahnhof) and 16 (Ginnheim - Oberrad Balduinstraße), including rail replacement services, will continue to run every half hour beyond the end of operations until around 2.30am.
Tram line 15 will run every 15 minutes instead of every 30 until around 1.15am. The U1, U2, U3, U4, U6, U7 and U8 subway lines also offer more space as they run with additional cars. The Museumsufer line 46 will also run until 2.30 a.m. between Sachsenhausen and the Europaviertel, but will use the flea market diversion via Gartenstraße between Stresemannallee/Gartenstraße and Frankensteiner Platz.
The Frankfurt night bus lines n1 to n8, n41, n62 and n63 run as scheduled from 1:30 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. to all Frankfurt districts and to Offenbach - mostly every half hour, lines n2 (in the direction of Ginnheim), n3 (in the direction of Nordwest), n5 (in the direction of Riederwald), n7 (to Rheinlandstraße) as well as n8 (to Höchst) even every quarter hour.