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Guided Tours

We offer public guided tours with expert guides or curators of all exhibitions in German, unless otherwise noted. Private tours in French or English are available upon prior request. Our public tours are designed to be interactive, actively involving the visitor and his or her perspectives and experiences.

Objects of applied art are our cultural memory, which is realized differently depending on how each visitor views and appropriates these. Each visitor places the objects in his or her own personal frame of reference and experience. How do these things speak to me, what do they tell me? And what memories do they trigger in me?

Current hygiene and distance regulations

To protect yourself and others from infection, we recommend wearing a medical mask and require our visitors to comply with the general hygiene rules.​



Current Dates for Guided Tours

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Without registration. Included in the price of admission.

Touching allowed! In the interactive format SINNESWEISEN, cultural scientist and inclusion activist Fabian Korner and junior curator Andrea Nicola Strehl explore the sensual and functional values of various exhibition objects together with 10 guests. The Museum Angewandte Kunst invites visitors not only to grasp objects visually, but also to experience them through touch. The series starts with Betty Montarou’s spoon collection in the exhibition What we collect.

The tour is aimed at blind, visually impaired and sighted people who are interested in perceiving art through the interplay of individual senses. The number of participants is limited, please register at create.angewandte-kunst@stadt-frankfurt.de.

Touching allowed! In the interactive format SINNESWEISEN, cultural scientist and inclusion activist Fabian Korner and junior curator Andrea Nicola Strehl explore the sensual and functional values of various exhibition objects together with 10 guests. The Museum Angewandte Kunst invites visitors not only to grasp objects visually, but also to experience them through touch. The series starts with Betty Montarou’s spoon collection in the exhibition What we collect.

The tour is aimed at blind, visually impaired and sighted people who are interested in perceiving art through the interplay of individual senses. The number of participants is limited, please register at create.angewandte-kunst@stadt-frankfurt.de.