Information & Service

Opening hours

Opening hours
Tue, Wed, Fri – Sun 10 am – 6 pm

Thu 10 am – 9 pm
closed Mondays

    Special opening hours

    3 October 2019 closed
    24 December 2019 closed
    25 December 2019 10 am – 6 pm
    26 December 2019 10 am – 6 pm
    31 December 2019 closed
    1 January 2020 11 am – 6 pm

    Open Depot & Studioli

    The Studioli and the Open Depot are open in the framework of our tours Behind the Scenes.

Ticket prices

Purchase online tickets

* Information on ticket prices

Admission is free for children under the age of 12.

Admission is free for members of the Städelverein.

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Address & how to get here

Liebighaus Skulpturensammlung

Schaumainkai 71
60596 Frankfurt am Main

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Public transport

Underground U1, U2, U3 and U8 to “Schweizer Platz”
Tram 15 and 16 to “Otto-Hahn-Platz”
Bus 46 to “Städel”

Trip planner RMV

Car parks

Walter-Kolb-Straße 16 (Alt-Sachsenhausen)
Willy-Brandt-Platz 5 (Schauspiel Frankfurt)
Untermainanlage 1 (Untermainanlage)

Tour coaches

It is not possible to make reservations for the coach parks.

Coach parks

Contact for your visit

Free WiFi

We offer all our visitors access to WiFi free of charge. Just connect your mobile device with the “Liebieghaus_WiFi” WiFi and discover our digital offers for your visit to the Städel! No password is necessary.

The Liebieghaus Café

Take an art break and round out your visit to the museum in a relaxed atmosphere!

Opening hours

Tue–Sun 10 am – 6 pm

Thu 10 am – 8 pm
closed Mondays

The Liebieghaus Café

Event management

With its Gründerzeit villa, historical interiors and enchanting riverfront garden, the Liebieghaus offers a unique ambience for your event. In these special surroundings, you can offer your guests a memorable art experience. Apart from the attractive main foyer and the atmospheric garden, you have the historical fireplace room (50 square metres) and the exclusive Café Library (30 square metres) at your disposal.

Our facilities provide the perfect setting for receptions, workshops, seminars and meetings. The use of our interiors for private gatherings is reserved for patrons of the museum. Within the framework of an accompanying or guided tour programme tailored to the individual needs of your guests and your event, an exclusive visit to the Liebieghaus collection and special exhibition is also possible.


Kerstin Schultheis
Head of Event Management

Hannah Krämer
Telephone +49(0)69-605098-285

Chiara Lucchese

Questions & Answers

    Admission fees

    Tue–Sun 7 EUR, reduced* 5 EUR, families* 12 EUR

    Admission is free for children under 12.

    The admission fee admits visitors to the special exhibition(s) and the permanent collection.

    *Information on ticket prices

    By purchasing an online ticket, you can avoid long queues at the cashier’s desk. Visit our online ticket shop at

    Audio guide

    Discover the Liebieghaus sculpture collection with an audioguide. The audio guide can be hired at the cashier’s desk for 4.5 euros or 8 euros for two.

    Bags, jackets, food and beverages, amenities for infant care

    For reasons of safety, visitors must deposit bags (larger than DIN A4) and jackets in the cloakroom. To prevent accidental damage to the artworks, visitors are prohibited from carrying articles of clothing over their arms in the exhibition rooms.
    The consumption of food and beverages is not permitted in the exhibition rooms, nor may any fluids be brought into these rooms. The cloakroom is at your disposal for the deposit of such items.
    Changing tables are installed in the restrooms in the basement for the care of infants and small children.


    Owing to the fact that the Villa Liebieg is a historical building and listed monument, a small proportion of the museum is not accessible barrier-free.

    Visitors with a 50% or higher degree of disability pay the reduced admission fee. If the certificate of disability is marked with the letter “B”, admission for one accompanying person is free of charge.

    During special exhibitions, we offer a barrier-free art experience for visually and hearing-impaired visitors, consisting of a guided tour by a member of the museum education staff with detailed descriptions of the works or with an accompanying sign-language interpreter. In addition to the public offers, you can also book guided tours for the visually or hearing-impaired individually by contacting us at: +49(0)69-605098-200 or

    For security reasons, we reserve the right to regulate access to the exhibition rooms with prams and pushchairs when necessary (e.g. in cases of high visitor volume). Space is available for depositing prams/pushchairs.


    Take an art break and round out your museum visit in a relaxed setting. The Liebieghaus Café is a Frankfurt institution – with its delightful, friendly atmosphere and popular home-made cakes, tarts and quiches, it has a character all its own.

    More on the Liebieghaus Café

    Cameras, audio and video recorders; reproductions of artworks

    The use of cameras for private purposes is permitted in the permanent exhibition rooms and in special exhibitions unless otherwise indicated for a specific artwork. Flash, additional light, tripods, selfie-sticks and other technical aids are prohibited. Cameras, audio and video recorders may be used for commercial or publication purposes only with written permission from the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung. To obtain permission, please contact our press department prior to your visit. Without prior permission, the commercial use of all photographs and audio and video recordings is prohibited.
    In the event that you would like to purchase reproductions of artworks and reproduction rights, please contact our image agency Artothek Artothek can supply digital files and Ektachromes, and offers access to an image database for research purposes.


    The use of the Liebieghaus cloakroom is free of charge. The cloakroom is located behind the entrance hall on the left. Visitors are required to deposit the following items in the cloakroom: jackets, bags (larger than DIN A4), daypacks, umbrellas, and large objects. No such items may be taken into the exhibition rooms. As space is limited, it is not possible to leave suitcases or trolleys in the cloakroom. Lockers are available, for which a 1-EUR or 2-EUR coin is required. The Liebieghaus accepts no liability for items deposited in the cloakroom or the lockers.


    Families with up to two adults and their own children and grandchildren under 18 can purchase a family ticket for 18 euros.

    Please be advised that family tickets and reduced-rate tickets can be purchased only at the Liebieghaus cashier’s desk. Presentation of valid proof of eligibility is required.

    The Liebieghaus offers guided tours as well as studio and holiday courses especially for families and children. Offers such as guided tours with workshops can also be booked individually.
    For more information on our programme

    For security reasons, we reserve the right to regulate access to the exhibition rooms with prams and pushchairs when necessary (e.g. in cases of high visitor volume). Space is available for depositing prams/pushchairs.

    Gift certificates

    Gift certificates are available for purchase at the museum cashier’s desk and in our online shop. Gift certificates are valid for a visit to the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, the Städel Museum, the Café im Liebieghaus, the café at the Städel, the Liebieghaus museum shop and the Liebieghaus online shop. Gift certificates and free tickets to the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung are valid for three years from the date of issue unless otherwise indicated on the certificate/voucher (regular limitation period according to § 195 BGB).


    All groups are required to arrange their visit in advance by contacting us at +49(0)69-605098-200 or

    Group admission fees:

    For groups of 10 or more: reduced admission fee per person (valid for persons otherwise required to pay the full fee)
    Children’s day-care groups and school classes up to and including the 6th form: admission free
    School classes of the 7th form and higher and groups of university-level students: 2 euros per person

    Guided tours

    The Liebieghaus offers a range of guided tours and other activities to enhance your visit to the collection and special exhibitions. To the programme

    It is also possible to book individual guided tours, in German or a foreign language, or in conjunction with a workshop. All groups are required to book in advance. For advice and booking, please contact us at telephone +49(0)69-605098-200,
    The gathering place for guided tours is outside the main entrance to the Liebieghaus or, in the event of bad weather, in the Liebieghaus foyer.

    House rules

    Click here for the house rules.


    ICOM cardholders are entitled to visit the museum free of charge. Please ask for a free ticket at the cashier’s desk.

    Museum Embankment Card

    The Museum Embankment Card and Museum Embankment Ticket entitle their holders to free admission to all participating Frankfurt museums. Priority admission is not covered by the offer and unfortunately also not possible during special exhibitions. Please consult the museum cooperation pool guidelines for the Museum Embankment Card and the Museum Embankment Ticket. On presentation of your Museum Embankment Card or Museum Embankment Ticket plus photo ID at the desk, you will be issued a free admission ticket.

    Museum shop

    Current museum publications and gift items related to the exhibitions are on sale in a section of the Liebieghaus entrance hall.
    The shop opening hours correspond to those of the museum. To make a purchase from the shop, no admission ticket to the Liebieghaus is required.

    Online tickets

    Tickets to the Liebieghaus are available online at
    The online ticket can be presented as a printout or as a mobile ticket on your smartphone screen. Online tickets cannot be exchanged or returned.
    Please note: family tickets and reduced-rate tickets can be purchased only at the Liebieghaus cashier’s desk. Valid proof of eligibility is required.

    Opening hours

    The current opening hours are posted under Information & Service.


    Please be advised that there are no parking spots for museum visitors in the direct vicinity of the Liebieghaus. Please use the nearby multi-storey car parks.

    Parking for cars
    The following multi-storey car parks are located a 10-15-minute walk from the Liebieghaus:
    Alt-Sachsenhausen: Walter-Kolb-Strasse 16 (= Route B43)
    Am Theater: Willy-Brandt-Platz 5
    Untermainanlage: Untermainanlage 1

    Parking for coaches
    It is not possible to reserve a coach parking spot in advance. There are several coach parking spots near the Liebieghaus.
    Further information on coach parking

    Press requests

    For journalists, bloggers and online disseminators, we have set up an online newsroom. Here you will find all information of relevance to the media, including press releases and press images on the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung exhibitions and projects.

    Public transport

    Underground lines U1, U2, U3 and U8 (to “Schweizer Platz”)
    Tram lines 15 and 16 (to “Otto-Hahn-Platz”)
    Bus line 46 Museumsuferlinie / Museum embankment line (to “Städel”)
    Fifteen-minute walk from the main station by way of Holbeinsteg pedestrian bridge


    Portable folding stools are available for visits to the exhibition rooms featuring the permanent collection. For safety reasons, the museum personnel reserve the right to regulate the use of stools in special exhibitions. Wheelchairs are available for persons with limited mobility.

    Städel Museum

    The Städel Museum is located just a few minutes’ walk from the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung. Under a single roof, the Städel offers a virtually complete survey of seven hundred years of European art – from the early fourteenth century to the present, with focusses on the Renaissance, the Baroque, early modern art and much more. The holdings encompass altogether more than 3,100 paintings, 660 sculptures, some 4,600 photographs and over 100,000 drawings and prints.

    Städel Museum
    Schaumainkai 63
    60596 Frankfurt am Main

    Opening hours

    Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun 10.00 am – 6.00 pm
    Thu, Fri 10.00 am – 9.00 pm
    Opening hours on holidays


    For members of the Städelverein and the Städelclub, admission to the Liebieghaus collection and all special exhibitions is free of charge at all times, with no queueing.

    Visitor service and tour inquiries

    For questions, suggestions, tour inquiries and other information please contact our Visitor service, available from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Telephone +49(0)69-605098-200, or email


    We offer free WiFi to all visitors. Connect your mobile device to “Liebieghaus_WiFi”. No password is required.