Travel back in time to the old Frankfurt
Experience the History of the Main Metropolis up Close with Virtual Reality!
Embark on a thrilling journey through time with TimeRide and experience the pulsating life in the Main metropolis on the threshold to modernity in the 19th century.
With Virtual Reality, you experience the exciting time of change in the role of a venerable Frankfurt merchant – just as if you had been there yourself. Discover the roots of today’s trading metropolis with TimeRide!
Your Time Travel In Three Stations
During your one-hour stay, you will embark on a unique journey through time. At the side of the fictitious businessman Theodor Riedel, you will immerse yourself in the history of Frankfurt at three exciting stations.
The colonial goods store
Frankfurt has always been a flourishing trading city. In the midst of the magnificent grocery store, you can experience the hustle and bustle of Frankfurt’s citizens with all your senses: fragrant spices and exotic goods take you into a world long past in the authentically furnished shop.
The study room
What ideas and ideals moved a proud Frankfurt bourgeois family? The multifaceted panorama of Frankfurt’s city history and its inhabitants at the end of the 19th century unfolds in the midst of the representative private library.
The Virtual-Reality Carriage Ride
The highlight of your journey back in time to 1891: On a virtual carriage ride with Theodor Riedel, you will experience the extraordinary charm that the Main metropolis radiated before its destruction in World War II. With your VR glasses, you can enjoy a 360° panoramic view of the unique combination of medieval half-timbered houses and sublime Wilhelminian style buildings. On your virtual foray you will accompany Theodor on his own personal day of fate: can he save the family’s legacy or will he lose everything? Whether ruin or triumph – the answer can be found on your journey through time!
Berliner Straße 42a, 60311 Frankfurt
+49 69 – 9 13 13 77 5
Wed. – Sun.: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Last admission: 6:20 p.m.