Questions surrounding the Luminale:
Why is there no longer a free bus service to the Luminale?
The majority of the projects are to be found within the city center and can be explored by visitors on their own, without other means of transport. In Offenbach too, almost all projects are within walking distance. In addition, all projects have good connections to public transport. For the sake of sustainability and reducing the burden on transport and environment, we do not find it necessary to arrange for additional buses.
Questions about the program booklet and city map:
When will the Luminale's program booklet be published? Can I download it in advance?
From 13th March, program can be picked up at the following locations during opening hours:
Luminale Festival Center in the Instituto Cervantes, Staufenstraße 1
Tourist Information at the Römerberg 23
Tourist Information in the entrance hall of the Main Railway Station
St. Catherine’s Church (Hauptwache)
InfoCenter, Salzgässchen 1
A PDF can already be downloaded here: luminale-frankfurt.de/m/downloads/
We apologize in advance, but we cannot send out any program booklets!
Is there a city map showing the Luminale projects?
Questions on the individual projects:
CHANGING TIMES, Old Opera Hourse: When do the performances start?
The performances lasts 10 minutes and take place daily from 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm. Please note the different times on the individual event days:
Sunday, 18th March: 19:30 / 20:00 / 20:30 / 21:00 / 21:30/ 22:00 / 22:30
Monday, 19th March: 19:30 / 20:00 / 20:30 / 21:00 / 21:30/ 22:00 / 22:45
Tuesday, 20th March: 19:30 / 20:00 / 20:30 / 21:00 / 21:30/ 22:00 / 22:45
Wednesday, 21th March: 19:30 / 20:00 / 20:30 / 21:15 / 21:45 / 22:15 / 22:45
Thursday, 22th March: 9:30 / 20:00 / 20:30 / 21:00 / 21:30/ 22:30 / 22:50
Friday, 23th March: 19:30 / 20:00 / 20:30 / 21:00 / 21:30/ 22:30 / 22:50