The museum places communication in an attractive setting! The award-winning museum building on the banks of the River Main provides a fascinating insight into the history of communications. The museum’s highlights include the Art and Communication section and the range of activities offered by the Children’s Workshop. The new permanent exhibition covers 2500 m² and is dedicated to the history of communications. Here, you can discover a wealth of treasures from postal and telecommunications history – from the traditional African bush drum to the mail coach and the internet! The first floor comprises the Forum, an exhibition room for smaller, temporary exhibitions, and the Children’s Workshop’s activity rooms. The large temporary exhibitions are shown on the second floor, an area of 550 m². The museum roof is home to a radio station which can be visited on several days in the week.