MMK 2 ::: MMK Frankfurt am Main


Taunustor 1 
60310 Frankfurt am Main

Telephone +49 69 212 73165
Fax +49 69 212 37882

Tamara Grcic, Numbers, 2014
Installationsansicht/installation view MMK 2 des MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Foto/photo: Axel Schneider


With the MMK annex, a long-cherished wish for more space in which to showcase the museum collection more comprehensively is finally coming true.

The real-estate developers of the TaunusTurm place the space at the museum’s disposal at no charge for rent or utilities for a term of fifteen years. The operating costs will be covered by the founding members of the MMK 2 and further private patrons. Thus, the MMK and the City of Frankfurt will not have to cover any additional costs. With this the MMK 2 is an innovative and economically sustainable model for the museum’s expansion that makes use of existing space and the joint efforts of strong and dedicated partners to bring about something entirely new.

The TaunusTurm is conveniently located in the heart of Frankfurt's financial district and looks on to the newly configured park Taunusanlage. The MMK 2 in the TaunusTurm is accessible through its own entrance lobby that can be reached from the park. On about 2,000 sqm the space spreads across the generous exhibition area on the second floor as well as a museum shop and café on the ground floor. An adaptable exhibition space was designed for the MMK 2, which fulfills different spatial concepts and requirements.

The MMK 2 has been made possible by the TaunusTurm, a joint venture of Tishman Speyer and the Commerz Real AG. The founding partners are Stefan Quandt, the Ernst Max von Grunelius-Stiftung, the Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen and the DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale. Further sponsors are the MMK Stiftung, the Freunde des MMK and the New Contemporaries.

MMK 1|2|3 – The Movie

Current Exhibitions


Willem de Rooij. Entitled

15 October 2016 —
8 January 2017

Willem de Rooij (b. 1969), a professor at the Frankfurt Städelschule art academy since 2006, is one of the most influential artists of his generation. Often bearing reference to works by other artists or artefacts from historical and anthropological collections, his works revolve around questions of representation and meaning.

Guided tours at the MMK 2

  • 25.10.16  12:30 pm 
  • Sandwich Tour: Willem de Rooij 
  • 25.10.16  01:00 pm 
  • Sandwich Tour: Frühe Werke 
  • 26.10.16  05:00 pm 
  • MMK Episoden: Index 

Opening Hours & Admission

Tuesday – Sunday: 10 – 6 pm
Wednesday: 10 – 8 pm
Closed Mondays

regular € 8 / reduced € 4

Combined Ticket MMK 1|2|3* 
regular € 16  / reduced € 8

*Ticket is valid for 3 months
For children under 6 years the admission is free.
Admission is free for all visitors every last Saturday of the month. 


With public transport:
U-Bahn metro lines: U1 – U5 and U8, Stop Willy-Brandt-Platz
Trams: 11 and 12, Stop Willy-Brandt-Platz
S-Bahn : S1 – S6, S8 und S9, Stop Taunusanlage

The MMK 2 is 3 minutes walking distance from the stops Willy-Brandt-Platz (U-Bahn / Tram) or Taunusanlage (S-Bahn). The MMK 2 is 8 minutes away from Frankfurt's main station.

By car:
A5 > Exit Westkreuz Frankfurt > B648 > follow signs to Willy-Brandt-Platz
A3, A66 > Exit Offenbach / Kaiserlei > follow signs to Willy-Brandt-Platz

Parkhaus Am Theater, Willy-Brandt-Platz 560311,  Frankfurt am Main
Parkhaus Kaiserplatz, Bethmannstraße 50, 60311 Frankfurt am Main