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Struwwelpeter Museum, Frankfurt
(4.2/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Nice Museum of struwwelpeter, a character invented by Psychiatry who wrote for his children this grotesque book of stories. The entry only costs € 4 per adult, reduced for children. We are the original illustrations book, copies reproduced into different languages, second-to-last floor the clothes and objects with which children can make funny photos. There is a guide but a brochure in English and Italian. In the shop you can buy different things. I bought a teacup to € 8 and book at 14.90 €. I recommend to spend half an hour in peace!
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  • Thematic museum dedicated to the eponymous book. The museum itself is interesting, sated. If you know the story of the book, it will certainly be interesting. If history is not familiar, but most of the exhibits are not proizvedui.
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  • We found very nice to visit, there was much to see and the children could dress up. That she loved. Times were also the children and try out games. Fun for young children that is very nice.
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  • Good for Kids! Full of stories!
  • This museum is located in a nice villa and has a sizable collection, larger than what one might expect. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. Especially if you know about Shock-headed Peter (Struwwelpeter), it's a must-see.
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  • We fled before the storm at the Museum. Actually, I'm not a big fan of "struwwelpeter", because I find the stories sometimes quite cruel, but we had a great afternoon there (I've beautified somewhat the stories reading...) It was very inexpensive and there was much to do for the children (mine are between 3 and 7 years old). For me, it was interesting, because the children were so busy, that I learn alone about Heinrich Hoffmann and childhood in the past could (interesting and apparently!). The costume room where she could dress up or stuck her face in an image of "struwwelpeter" liked my children. Don't forget the camera. We will soon go in any case.
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  • Something for the older generation
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