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Free Things to Do in Frankfurt Some say the best things in life are free. Make sure you explore the following around Frankfurt: Bibelhaus - Wander around and explore the fascinating exhibits at this popular museum. Alter Flugplatz - Let the kids have a good time or unleash your own inner child — this place was made for fun.
- Hop on a bike tour past Paulsplatz. Paulsplatz (St. Paul’s Square) is the largest square in Old Town Frankfurt and a hotspot of historic landmarks. Stopping by the bronze Unity Memorial, gothic monastery or The Old Exchange stock market building are all quintessential things to do in Frankfurt.
- See the city on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. A hop on hop off bus ticket is a budget-friendly way to see as much of Frankfurt as possible. With 14 stops around the city, you are able to get on at any stop, explore and then board the next bus that comes by.
- Make friends (and give your liver a workout) on some pub crawls. There’s no shortage of good places to get a drink in the city… so why not try a little bit of everywhere with a pub crawl?
- Head to the bustling Römerberg. Römerberg is a busy square in the heart of Frankfurt. Here you’ll find Römer — the city hall — and the 15th-century Old Saint Nicholas Lutheran Church.
- Museumsufer. Grouped together on both sides of the River Main is a cluster of 12 museums in an area known as the Museumsufer (Museum Embankment). Most are on the left bank (south side).
- Städel Museum. One of Germany’s top cultural attractions, the Städel Museum has recently been named German Museum of the Year following an extension for contemporary art in 2012.
- Main Tower. In Frankfurt’s ever-growing forest of skyscrapers there’s still only one tower with a public viewing platform. The 200-metre Main Tower opened in the year 2000 and is the fourth-tallest building in the city, which also makes it the fourth-tallest in Germany.
- Goethe House and Museum. The German polymath Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born at the fine corbelled house on 23 Großer Hirschgraben in 1749. It’s a medieval dwelling that had been updated with a Rococo facade and interior just before Goethe’s parents moved in.