The Eintracht Frankfurt Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 CET. We are currently only open for group bookings on Sundays, and the museum is closed on home matchdays.
- Adults €5.00
- Concessions €3.50
Members of the ‘Eintracht Frankfurt Museum Förderverein’ receive free entry to the museum. Holders of a City of Frankfurt ‘MuseumsuferCard’ are also entitled to free entry. Visitors to the city in possession of a ‘FrankfurtCard’ only pay half price.
The Eintracht Frankfurt Museum is located in the main stand of Deutsche Bank Park.
Arriving by car
Access is via Mörfelder Landstraße, entrance gate 3 (around 100 metres from the Sportverbände exit). The entrance is closed on matchdays; in this case please use the signposted parking spaces around the stadium.
Arriving by public transport
From Frankfurt main station, take the S-Bahn line S7 (towards Goddelau-Erfelden) or S8/S9 (towards Flughafen/Wiesbaden) to the Stadion stop. Take the S8 from Mainz main station or S8/S9 from Wiesbaden main station (towards Frankfurt, Offenbach, Hanau) to the Stadion stop. Coming from the Stadion station, you reach Otto-Fleck-Schneise via Flughafenstraße. Follow Otto-Fleck-Schneise to the end and walk along Mörfelder Landstraße for about 200 metres into the city. You reach the stadium grounds via gate 3.
From Frankfurt main station, the tram line 21 also goes the Stadion stop. From here, follow Mörfelder Landstraße into the city until you get to gate 3. From Frankfurt south station, the bus line 61 (towards Flughafen) runs to the Stadion Osttribüne stop.
Address (not suitable for sat navs)
Eintracht Frankfurt Museum
Deutsche Bank Park/Haupttribüne
Mörfelder Landstraße 362