Nature Culture Architecture

For intercultural exchange

Frankfurt is proud of being a multicultural city. People from many different nations live here. This diversity is one of our strengths and its absence would be a huge loss for our society.

Museums, with their many artefacts from different parts of the world, are also home to a great diversity. As a public meeting space they also offer a great opportunity to promote social and cultural participation and therefore strengthen our society.

With this exciting collaborative non-profit project we, the Senckenberg Natural History Museum, the Weltkulturen Museum (Museum of World Cultures) and the Deutsche Architekturmuseum (German Architecture Museum), would like to open our doors and make the museums more accessible.

Our programs are open to young people and adults who are learning the German language and who had little or no opportunity to take part in cultural projects.

Guided tour with workshop in the Senckenberg Museum

After an introduction in relaxed atmosphere we explore the museum together with easy language. The workshops are tailored to the needs of the participants, including the chance to have a hands-on learning experience and ask further questions.


Please contact the museums. The tours and the entrance fees are free. The duration of the program is 1.5 hours, each tour can hold a maximum of 18 people. The language of the tour is German.

You can reach us via phone or e-mail:

Eva Roßmanith (Bildung &Vermittlung)
Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung und Naturmuseum Frankfurt
Email: interkulturelles@senckenberg.de

Christina Budde (Vermittlung)
Deutsches Architekturmuseum
Tel. +49 69 212 31076
Email: bildung.dam@stadt-frankfurt.de

Stephanie Endter (Vermittlung)
Weltkulturen Museum
Tel. +49 69 212 38362
E-Mail: weltkulturen.bildung@stadt-frankfurt.de

In cooperation with infrau e. V. the first programs were developed in 2009, mainly for women in literacy-, orientation-, and integrating-courses. In 2011 the project (by Marie Rahn, Senckenberg Museum) has been awarded with the City of Frankfurt Integration Price.   Since 2014 this collaborative project is sponsored by the Frankfurt culture Department.