„Children Have Rights!“

Interactive exhibition for children, youths and families
Age 8 and up
In cooperation with the Frankfurter Kinderbüro
until January 7, 2018

All children are equally important and have the same rights, none should be disadvantaged. Their living environment should allow them to grow up healthy, secure and without
violence. Children have the right to have their voices heard and taken seriously, so they can develop the ability to make their own decisions and participate in society.
These are only a few, but maybe some of the most important children’s rights that were enacted on November 20, 1989 by the General Assembly of the United Nations. Germany ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1992. On the occasion of this 25th anniversary, the Frankfurt Young Museum and the Frankfurter Kinderbüro are collaborating to develop an interactive exhibition in which the “dry” legal text is interpreted creatively for children as well as adults, using a variety of media and interesting methods.

All wall texts and 2 films are in German only. There is information in English available, that helps you guide your child through the exhibition and explains the activities. Ask for it at the front desk or download it here.

children's museum frankfurt
An der Hauptwache 15 - Mezzanine
60313 Frankfurt

Admission: Adults 4 € /reduced: 2 €
Free admission for children under 18
Groups by prior notification only!

Opening hours:
Mon: 10 am- 6 pm - only during school holidays!
Tue- Sun: 10 am- 6 pm

Information and booking
069-212-35154 (Mon-Thu 10 a.m.-3.30 p.m.)







kinder museum frankfurt, An der Hauptwache 15 - Mezzanine legal information