The Main Tower in the city of Frankfurt, Germany, is a 200-metre tall skyscraper. The tower was built from 1996 to 1999 to the designs of architects ‘Schweger + Partner’. Named after the local Main River, the blue glassed skyscraper is used mainly for commercial offices. As well as office use, the skyscraper which is a key part of Frankfurts skyline has two observation decks which offer visitors elevated views over the city of Frankfurt and beyond.
Situated in the city centre, transport links to the skyscraper are good. The S-Bahn stop ‘Taunusanlage’ is a short walk away, the S1, S2, S3, S4, S6 and S9 lines all stop there. The ‘Willy-Brandt-Platz’ U-Bahn stop is also a short walk away, the U1-U5 lines stop there.
Opening Times and Admission
The observation deck at the skyscraper is open daily. In the summer months, 10am-9pm Sunday to Thursday and 10am-11pm Friday and Saturday. In the winter months, 10am-7pm Sunday to Thursday and 10am-9pm Friday and Saturday. Admission is set at 7.50 euros for adults and 5 euros for concessions.