Museum für Post und Kommunikation
The museum for communication explores the fascinating history of communication practices throughout the centuries. In the permanent exhibition, Media Telling History, everything from Babylonian clay tablets to original telegraphs of the Titanic, to developments in the new media sector, are presented to the museum’s audience in an accessible manner. The museum for communication successfully draws a link between the past and the present and this is shown through its exhibitions that have ranged from communication practices during World War II to the pitfalls of modern media. The building is equally a combination of tradition and modernity with its original villa and its impressive modern architectural complex.
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat-Sun 11am-7pm
Schaumainkai 53, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, +49 069 60 60 0