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Deutsches Architektur Museum, Frankfurt am Main

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Contact: +49 69 2123 8844
Open Hours: Tu,Th–Sa 11a–6p, W 11a–8p, Su 11a-7p
Opened in 1984, the National Museum of Architecture is housed inside a beautiful 19th-century villa. In fact, the concept of the museum is mirrored in the unusual design of the building: architect Oswald Mathias Ungers hollowed out the old Neo-Classical building and created a "house within a house." Spread out over many different levels, visitors can view the tremendous collection of ancient and new building plans and models. Rotating exhibitions on classic, as well as contemporary architects like Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe or Walter Gropius come just as highly recommended as the exhibitions on particular schools of architecture and lectures.