Stoltze Museum of the Frankfurter Sparkasse

Stoltze Museum of the Frankfurter Sparkasse

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Stoltze Museum of the Frankfurter Sparkasse

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Stoltze Museum Stoltze's room © Stoltze-Museum

The Stoltze Museum was founded in 1978 and is supported by Frankfurter Sparkasse and Stiftung der Frankfurter Sparkasse. The Museum was relocated to Frankfurt’s new Old Town in 2018. In the staircase of “Weißer Bock” and in the rear building of “Goldene Waage” visitors can find a permanent exhibition and changing temporary exhibitions on the life and work of Friedrich Stoltze (1816 – 1891). A multi-media presentation looks at the freedom poet who fought for civil rights and democracy in the German Confederation and the Bismarck era.

 

With its texts and audio/visual displays, the media tabletop in the fireside lounge of the Stolze Museum offers all that is worth knowing about the 12 places in Frankfurt that played a special role for Stoltze.