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Deutsche Börse Visitors Center

Learn more about bull, bear and the stock market.
  • More than
  • 400
  • years of stock exchange history
  • Exhibition with
  • 20
  • interactive stations
  • More than
  • 500
  • articles in our knowledge database
  • Follow our
  • 6
  • steps to become an investor

Visitors Center

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There's more to enjoy:

  • Explore the world of stock markets on the Multimedia Touch Wall. 
  • Get to know the process of a trading transaction.
  • Just try it out: Simulate a stock transaction.
  • Test your stock market knowledge with the quiz “Who becomes a shareholder”?
  • Slip into the role of a trader from the 1980s – with a historical brokerage barrier and trader's office.

More offers

  • QR Codes

    The Deutsche Börse Visitors Center app is not only an interactive audio guide when visiting the exhibition. It also offers concentrated knowledge about the stock exchange and stock trading. You can download the app free of charge from the Google Play Store and the App Store before your visit.

Questions & answers

Planning your visit

When can I visit the Visitors Center?

The Visitors Center can be visited from Monday to Friday at the times published in the calendar.

The Visitors Center is closed on weekends and on public holidays.

How many people can enter the Visitors Center at the same time?

The maximum capacity is 70 people per visiting slot.

How can I register for a visit?

You can find the available dates on the website. There, you will also find our booking tool.

How can larger groups register for a visit?

Groups can book their visit online via the booking tool.

Do you offer guided tours?

Currently, we do not offer guided tours through the exhibition.

How can I participate in the lecture programme?

We are currently offering on-site lectures on selected days.

Dates and further information on the lecture topics can be found on the website.

Where is the Visitors Center and is there parking nearby?

Deutsche Börse Visitors Center
Börsenplatz 4
60313 Frankfurt/Main 
E-mail: visitors.center@deutsche-boerse.com 

The Deutsche Börse Visitors Center is located at Börsenplatz in the city centre of Frankfurt near Hauptwache (Börsenplatz 4, 60313 Frankfurt am Main).

The visitors’ entrance is on the right-hand side of the building under the white canopy with the inscription “Deutsche Börse”. Please note that there are no special parking spaces for visitors directly at the Visitors Center. Therefore, please use one of the surrounding multi-storey car parks.

You can find more information in our directions.


Notes for your visit

How much is the entrance fee?

A visit to the new exhibition and visitors’ gallery in the Deutsche Börse Visitors Center is free of charge.

What do I need to bring for admission?

Admission to the exhibition is only possible with prior registration and presentation of the confirmation e-mail (printed or digital). You will receive the e-mail upon successful booking of your appointment. Furthermore, you need to show an official photo ID.

Will there be a security check?

A security and luggage check will be carried out before entering the exhibition. Sharp or dangerous objects (knives, scissors, irritant gas, aerosol sprays, glass bottles, beverage cans etc.) are not allowed and must be handed in at the security check.

What can I take into the exhibition?

For security reasons, large pieces of luggage (trolleys, sports bags, suitcases) are not allowed in the exhibition. Jackets, small bags, and backpacks (up to 31 x 50 cm) are allowed in the exhibition. Bags exceeding the specified dimensions will be opened and checked by security staff. The consumption of food and drinks is neither permitted in the exhibition nor at the visitors’ gallery. Animals are not allowed in the Visitors Center.

Can I take photos in the Visitors Centre?

For private purposes, photography without flashlight is permitted in the exhibition and in the visitors’ gallery.

Flashlight, additional lighting, tripods, and other setups must not be used. Advertising or editorial photos during visits to the exhibition are generally not permitted.

Is the exhibition barrier-free?

For visitors with physical disabilities, the exhibition areas of the Deutsche Börse Visitors Center are accessible via a lift. It is possible to register in advance for assistance with entering/leaving the IHK building.

Free WiFi

As a free service, we offer all visitors the use of the guest Wi-Fi. You can connect your mobile device to the Wi-Fi “DBAG-visitor” on site. A password is not needed. To use the Wi-Fi, you must agree to the general terms and conditions.

Special notes regarding Covid-19

There is no longer an official proof and mask requirement for your visit: you can visit the Visitors Center without proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative corona test, and without wearing a face mask.

As a precautionary measure, the Visitors Center asks for responsible behaviour. Please only visit the exhibition if you feel healthy. We kindly ask people who are acutely ill to refrain from visiting.

Your contact persons

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Eva Hübner has been working for Deutsche Börse since 2016 and is responsible for the development and operation of the visitor center, with a focus on visitor management and content. The aim is to communicate the relevance of the capital markets and the role of stock exchanges to a broader public. Eva has an B.A. in media management and corporate communications.

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Max Ebner joined Deutsche Börse in 2011 as a speaker for the Deutsche Börse Visitors Center. Today, he is responsible for the development and operation of the Visitors Center, with a focus on IT operations and content. The aim is to communicate the relevance of the capital markets and the role of stock exchanges to a broader public. Max has an M.A. in Economic History, Political Science and Law and an additional second Bachelor's degree in Business Administration.

Contact

Deutsche Börse Visitors Center