The street itself is called Schaumainkai and is often partially closed to traffic for Frankfurt’s largest flea market each Saturday.
- Ikonenmuseum – Icon Museum, housing one of the largest collections of Russian, Bulgarian, Greek and other Icons in Germany.
- Museum für Angewandte Kunst – Museum of Applied Arts – housing furniture and design from the 10th to 21st century with a notable collection of East Asian applied arts.
- Museum der Weltkulturen – Ethnological Museum – displaying a small part of a massive ethnological collection in changing exhibitions.
- Deutsches Filmmuseum – German Film Museum – explaining the development of movie-making from the beginnings in the 19th century up until today, includes an art house cinema.
- Deutsches Architekturmuseum – German Architecture Museum – apart from a small permanent collection, changing exhibitions showcase current architectural projects and trends from around the globe.
- Museum für Kommunikation – Communication Museum – The large permanent collection displays various relics from the postal and telephone services, including one of the world’s largest stamp collection and a collection of communication related art; temporary exhibitions focus more on the abstract phenomenon of communication.
- Städel – One of Germany’s most prominent fine art museum with a strong focus on old masters and classical modern art.
- Liebieghaus – A sculpture collection, focusing mainly on sculpture from ancient Greece until the renaissance days.
- Museum Giersch – Showcases a small permanent collection of local 19th-century artists and houses well received temporary exhibition on artists that have a (lose) connection to the Frankfurt region.
- Portikus – a small free exhibition space showing temporary exhibitions of contemporary art.
- Jüdisches Museum – Jewish Museum – The permanent collection gives an overview of the varied fate of Frankfurt’s Jewish community through the centuries. Temporary exhibitions focus on contemporary Jewish life and art.
- Historisches Museum – Historical Museum – Displays artefacts off the city’s history from Roman times until today, some very prominent old master paintings and sculptures and various temporary exhibitions.