Tuesday to Friday
|10:00 – 17:00|
Weekend and public holiday
|11:00 – 18:00|
Every second Thursday of the month
|10:00 – 20:00|
|Concessions *||5 €|
|Children | Students (3–15 years)||3 €|
|Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children 3–15 years)||16 €|
* Students (from 16 years old, does not apply for students enrolled at the Universität des 3. Lebensalters – U3L), people with disabilities (degree of disability of 50 or more)
Validity: two consecutive days for museums in Offenbach/Main and Frankfurt/Main.
21 € single ticket
12 € concessionary ticket
32 € family ticket (2 adults and children)
Validity: one year for museums in Offenbach/Main and Frankfurt/Main.
95 € single pass
48 € concessionary pass
165 € familiy pass (2 adults and children)
7 € per person
4 € per person for students from 16 years of age
2 € per person for students up to 15 years
Guided tour and workshop
Guided tour for adults
80 € plus admission | for adults in German, 1 hour
90 € plus admission | for adults in Englisch, 1 hour
Guided tours for daycare and school classes
44 € | for school classes up to 10 students, 1 hour
4 € per person | for school classes from 11 students, 1 hour
At the moment we can only offer workshops in German.
Admission is free for individual visitors on the second friday of the month (groups and school classes are excluded).
We ask for your understanding that no tours can be offered on these days.
S-Bahn line S1, S2, S8 or S9 to the Ledermuseum station, exit on Ludwigstrasse
Bus routes 103 and 120 stop in front of the museum at the Offenbach Ludwigstrasse/Ledermuseum bus stop.
From the A3 and A5 to the Offenbacher Kreuz junction, exit Mitte/Kaiserlei in the direction of “Zentrum” for the town center. You end up on Berliner Strasse, then at the CinemaxX turn right immediately onto Ludwigstrasse, then left at the next junction onto Frankfurter Strasse.
Parking facilities: City-center multi-story car park at CinemaxX, Berliner Strasse 206–216
Our museum café with its snug atrium is the perfect place to take a break during your visit.
Due to the measures in place for Coronavirus, the museum café is currently closed.
Various rooms in the German Leather Museum can be hired for events, with catering if required. For more information, please give us a call on +49 (0) 69 829798 0 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
For your visit and participating in events you must wear a surgical mask or a virus-filtering mask according to the standards FFP2, KN95 and N95. Provisions are made for disinfection.
We ask that you observe our house rules during your visit. These are displayed in our entrance area and are published here.
The exhibitions at the German Leather Museum are barrier-free and can be accessed via ramps and lifts. There is a toilet for the disabled on the ground floor. People with impaired mobility can make use of wheelchairs or rollators available for loan for the duration of their visit.
Our staff are there to assist visitors and will be happy to make seating available for them as they tour the museum.
Seating is provided in the museum. Folding stools are also available, which visitors can take with them into the exhibition rooms.
You can leave coats, backpacks and bags in our cloakroom or in secure lockers during your visit. These are available free of charge. The museum cannot accept any liability for the cloakroom or the contents of the lockers.
It is not permitted to eat or drink in the exhibition rooms. Likewise, visitors are prohibited from carrying any liquids with them. Items can be left in the cloakroom and lockers on the ground floor.
Strollers can be taken into the exhibition rooms. A diaper-changing station is available in the disabled toilet.
You can take photos for private purposes in general throughout the building but must not use a flash. Those objects that may not be photographed are labelled accordingly. We ask for your cooperation in this regard.
Anyone wishing to take photos or film and audio recordings for commercial or editorial purposes will need to obtain a permit. To do so, please contact us in advance of your visit.
We would like to point out that publication of photos on the internet and on social media does not constitute personal use and may contravene copyrights.