Opening hours & prices

Tuesday till Saturday

10 am till 5 pm

2 pm to 6 pm

Monday and church holidays

For group visits, an appointment is necessary.

Admission to the permanent exhibition
Regular 7 €
Reduced 4 €
Family 15 €
Children under 4 years free
Online audio guide free


The BIMU welcomes all people.

People with a disability from 50 percent to under 80 percent (degree of disability) visit the Bibelhaus at a reduced admission price.

People with a disability of 80 percent or more and accompanying persons with proof “B” have free admission.

Plan your visit with our further information on accessibility at the Bibelhaus.

Group information

Dear visitors, we look forward to welcoming you and your group to the Bibelhaus soon and wish you a pleasant time in our house. In order to make your visit to the exhibition a special experience for everyone, here is some important information for your group’s stay.


Please make an appointment for your group tour. Find out in advance about our extensive range of guided tours and send us a non-binding booking request by e-mail for your desired group tour.

Registered tours can be cancelled free of charge in writing at up to seven days before the date of the tour. After that, we will have to charge you for the costs.

Guided tours for adults in a foreign language

We offer guided tours in English, French, Italian and Hebrew on request. Please send us an email with your contact details, group size, desired language and desired date (non-binding). We will get back to you quickly:

Group prices

Guided tour flat rate 190 euros (from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Valid for groups of up to 15 participants, each additional person plus 7 euros.


Registered tours can be cancelled in writing at up to seven days before the date of the tour. After that, we will have to charge you the costs.

Payment method and bank details

Pay conveniently by invoice or EC card.

Bank details

Evangelical Bank eG

IBAN DE29 5206 0410 0004 0404 06



Bibelhaus Experience Museum
Metzlerstrasse 19
60594 Frankfurt am Main
Phone +49 (0)69 66 42 65 25
Fax +49 (0)69 66 42 65 26

The fastest way to us:

Simply make a non-binding booking request for your group tour by e-mail. We will get back to you quickly.


Public transport

From Frankfurt main station

> Underground line 4, 5 to Willy-Brandt-Platz station, then change to Underground line 1, 2, 3 or 8 to Schweizer Platz/Museumsufer station (get off in the direction of Museumsufer).

On foot

> approx. 30 minutes from the main station via Untermainbrücke, > Schweizer Straße, > first street on the left > Metzlerstraße

By Car

Direction Sachsenhausen > Museumsufer (Schaumainkai)

From the south

A5 > Exit Frankfurter Kreuz > A3 > Exit Frankfurt Süd Stadtmitte/Sachsenhausen > B44 > B43 (Kennedyallee) > Museumsufer (Schaumainkai)

A public car park is available directly next to the Bibelhaus (chargeable, to be used with EC card).

Information for buses

We recommend getting off for the group at Schaumainkai (directly at Metzlerpark). Please note that it is difficult for buses to enter Metzlerstraße (dead-end street without turning ramp). Parking facilities for buses are not available there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cancellation of an event

Registered tours can be cancelled in writing at up to seven days before the date. After that, we will invoice you for the costs.

Clothing and wardrobe

Please note that our exhibition rooms are air-conditioned.

Our cloakroom (not guarded) is at your disposal during the entire opening hours. We have lockers available for smaller items. Collection containers are provided for school classes, for which you will receive the key at the ticket office.

Wearing clothes over the arm is not permitted in our exhibition rooms for security reasons. Larger bags, backpacks, suitcases and similar items must be handed in at the ticket office.

Prams and wheelchairs

You may of course use prams and non-powered wheelchairs in our exhibition rooms. The only exception is that access to the upper floor (book workshop) is unfortunately only possible via stairs.

We provide seating for visitors with limited mobility. Groups with several wheelchairs are kindly requested to register in advance in order to facilitate faster access to the exhibition.

Food and drink

Eating and drinking is not permitted in the exhibition rooms.

Toilets and baby changing area

The toilets are located on the ground floor. One toilet can also be used with a wheelchair. The anteroom of the toilets has a baby changing area. Other toilets are located in the basement.

Duty of supervision and settlement of claims

As an accompanying person, you are responsible for supervising your group of children and young people for the entire duration of the visit. Upon arrival, we will provide you with a corresponding form to sign. Please support the museum guides to ensure that the tour runs smoothly for all participants.

Please inform your group that no shouting or running is allowed inside the exhibitions. During a guided tour, objects that have been faithfully recreated may be distributed to the group to work with. Please ensure that these objects are handled with care. It goes without saying that all objects will be returned to the museum guides at the end of the tour.

Safety instructions

The Bibelhaus is an experience museum. Many things are possible here that are not feasible in other museums. Nevertheless, we ask you and your group to follow the instructions of our staff for conservation reasons.

Photo, sound and film recordings

Photography in the museum is only permitted without flash. The museum administration will grant permission to professional photographers or sound and film technicians on request.

We would like to point out that any permission granted by us only refers to the house rights of the Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum and does not make any statement about the permissibility of the production and use of photographs under copyright law.

We would also like to point out that we make our own photo, sound and film recordings at our own events and publish these in various media (print, audio and online media etc.). The recordings will only be used for publications for press and advertising purposes on behalf of the Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum. These are in particular print media such as flyers, exhibition brochures, billboards and posters as well as online media such as websites, blogs etc. In this respect, in accordance with § 23 of the German Art Copyright Act (Kunsturheberrechtsgesetz), recordings may be distributed in which you appear as a participant in a public event at the Bibelhaus, while safeguarding your legitimate interests.


The Bibelhaus and its legal representatives or vicarious agents shall only be liable in the event of gross negligence or wilful misconduct. The same applies to other persons (vicarious agents), insofar as Bibelhaus must accept responsibility for their conduct. Irrespective of the rules listed here, we reserve the right to make changes at short notice due to current requirements. The instructions of the Bibelhaus staff and the supervisory personnel must therefore be followed in all cases.