With the magazines "Pardon" and "Titanic", Frankfurt is the German capital of biting satire. The museum draws mainly from the collections of the former Pardon illustrators Traxler, Waechter, Bernstein, Gernhardt and Poth. The historical canvas house served as a cloth trade post from 1400 onward and his now home to the Caricatura Museum.
The "German Movie Museum" shows how the images learned to run and how a movie is produced today. The visitor can, dive into a fantasyland in a green screen. The permanent exhibition shows how a movie is cut and sound is added to create a mouvie. On the ground floor there is a cinema, where you can watch movies.
The Jewish Museum in Frankfurt has two houses. The "Museum Judengasse" at Börneplatz shows the Jewish history before 1800 and the Rothschild-Palais (photo) depicted the time after 1800. The Rothschild Palais is under construction and will get a new extension building.