The Jewish Museum Frankfurt closed her doors on July 20th, 2015 for thorough renovation and extensions to the building for a more appropriate space for temporary exhibitions, auditorium and visitor’s entrance. The Rothschild Palais will host after the renovation the new enhanced permanent exhibition. Museum Judengasse, the excavation site showing the foundations of buildings in Frankfurt’s former ghetto, already closed in 2014 and will re-open in spring 2016 with an utterly novel approach to Jewish history in medieval and early modern Frankfurt. For the first time paintings, ritual and everyday objects, books and documents will be presented here at this historical site in the middle of the archeological excavations.

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