De Tower MMK in Frankfurt Am Main is een van de meest iconische gebouwen in de stad. Het is een wolkenkrabber met een hoogte van 492 voet (150 meter) en heeft 50 verdiepingen. De toren werd voltooid in 1990 en werd ontworpen door het architectenbureau Murphy/Jahn. Het gebouw is momenteel de 4e hoogste in Frankfurt en de 14e hoogste in Duitsland.
De Tower MMK bevindt zich in het stadscentrum van Frankfurt, dicht bij het financiële district. Het is een van de meest populaire toeristische attracties in de stad en biedt een prachtig uitzicht op de skyline. Het gebouw is de thuisbasis van verschillende bedrijven, waaronder een hotel, kantoren, restaurants en een winkelcentrum.
De buitenkant van de toren MMK is gemaakt van glas en staal, en het heeft een uniek ontwerp waardoor het onderscheidt van andere gebouwen in de stad. Het interieur van het gebouw is net zo indrukwekkend, met een modern en stijlvol ontwerp. De Tower MMK is een populaire bestemming voor zowel de lokale bevolking als toeristen, en het is een van de meest herkenbare bezienswaardigheden in Frankfurt.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Very worthy of recommendation
One of the three MMK museums in Frankfurt, located in the business center of the city. On the ground floor there is a cafe with a terrace. In front of the museum there is a statue corresponding to the atmosphere of a modern art museum. Before entering, directly, the hall with the exposition, you are asked to leave things in the luggage room. Very friendly staff: a girl at the reception who greets visitors, a security guard, caretakers in the halls of the museum. The design of the exhibitions is creative, the interior is modern. On this visit we got to an exhibition of paintings by Stefan Mandelbaum. His work is specific, but like any thought-provoking thing, it is worth attention.
A specific exhibition, unfortunately not to my taste. The building is well-kept, clean. Lots of space for exhibitions.
Cheap price, professional exhibition arrangement, very worthy of attention
Very sober location, but interesting exhibition with works from our own collection.
Retro museum with messages of significant topicality.
I really liked it and was the best of the 3 museums! That's what I mean by modern art!
A nice museum (once found) with modern art.
In the summer sometimes electro open airs in front of the door. Pretty cool. Otherwise div. Exhibitions
There are always interesting exhibitions in the "branch" of the Museum of Modern Art. Guided tours are highly recommended.
The place is beautiful different than you expect it classic. The theme of the current show - Migration - is presented in an exciting format with highly interesting and impacting works. In sum: worth seeing.
A great museum with a series of rather controvertial exhibitions on emigrants and refugees in the compemporary Germany. I was asking myself a question: where is the border between art and journalism? Can art exist whithout form, being a container of aesthetic values. Young artists seem to neglect form. I'm not criticising them, I'm just curious if such art can exist in a longer perspective...
... must have seen, greeting from Ffm., signed G. Wimmer
Frankfurt is the most impressive international and dynamic financial city in Germany, with its unmistakable skyline of skyscrapers, the river Main, the famous opera house, the Imperial Cathedral and the Church of Saint Paul, the cradle of German democracy, an entire district dedicated the theater, pedestrian streets full of shops. It has also been chosen as the seat of the European Central Bank. Most of Frankfurt has been built after the Second World War, when the bombing decimated the city. It offers countless sector fairs of international importance, one of the most important is the Book Fair and it is proud of the city's most famous son, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
I was in the exhibition "I am a Problem" and found it very exciting ...
Worth a visit
I am a problem is the best modern art exhibition I have ever seen. Absolutely shocking and makes you feel something
Interesting works on display. They are the new acquisitions of the museum. It's small but worth it if you like contemporary art.
Worth a visit
Museum of Modern Art was great
One focus of the collection is photography, which is excellently stocked.
Very interesting exhibition. At first glance, the pictures or objects are difficult to understand and interpret. The texts next to it are definitely a must. The museum is not for smaller children and also not for people who “just want to go through quickly”. The woman at the checkout was a bit rude, but I can forgive her on January 1st.
Visited "I'm a problem" exhibition. Super interesting.
Always great exhibitions. And very nice cafe
Always worth a visit
I can only rate the cafe. Everything is extremely delicious there! Best cappuccino I've ever had! Super friendly young people behind the counter. Clean toilets and see child friendly
A very interesting and sophisticated installation that invites you to think and dream. However, one should not be afraid of the dark.
Inetersting place, worth à visit.
Great new exhibition!
Great exhibitions !!
I really liked the minimalistic art exposed when I went
Always great experience of staged contemporary art amidst the great atmosphere of Frankfurt's residential towers.
The exhibition (The Imaginary Museum) was very great!
The MMK 2 is a must-visit for every fan of modern art and an oasis in the gray banking environment. Look best on the website. Guided tours are offered on a regular basis.
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