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Where to go Frankfurt
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Where to go in Frankfurt, Germany and visit the best places in Frankfurt. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

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Tip 1: Archaeological Gardens: they started digging in 1953 and discovered part of Roman settlement, a Roman sauna as well as the foundations of a Carolingian chapel. The findings are now accessible to the public.
Tip 2: Senckenberg natural history museum: one of the largest Natural History Museums which exhibits the recent biodiversity of life and evolution of organisms as well as the change of the planet earth over millions of years.
Tip 3: Palm Garden: contains a stunning array of exotic plants. You can wander through the gardens. Throughout the year numerous activities take place like the autumn festival or the orchid festival.
Tip 4: Karmeliter Order: a historic monastery with beautiful architecture from the Renaissance period. Today it is home to the Museum of Early history.
Tip 5: Museum of Applied Arts: over 30000 exhibits from East Asia, Islam and Europe including glass bottles, ceramic dishes and textiles from the middle ages to the present day.
Tip 6: St Paul's Church: Destroyed in an air-raid in 1944, the church was rebuilt in 1947/48 as a memorial to the horrors of war. The simple hall is now a venue for important events such as the annual German Peace Prize ceremony and the City of Frankfurt's Goethepreis awards.
Tip 7: Ghoetes House: the house where Goethe was born and a fine example of how they live in the late baroque era. Visit also the Goethe Museum which contains both a library and bookshop.
Tip 8: The Old Opera House: designed in Italian Renaissance style with seating for 2500 people, used for concerts, conferences and other events.
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