Your perfect escort for 2 days! One card - many opportunities

  • 2 days FREE ADMISSION to ALL museums & attractions
    (1 x per museum/ attraction)
  • 2 days FREE TRAVEL on ALL public transport services within the entire region of Nuremberg, Fürth and Stein.
  • € 25 €!

Family Top Tip: Children age 5 and under get a free card! Children from 6 up to 11 years pay € 5,00. (When at least one regular card is purchased)

Here you can download the NÜRNBERG CARD + FÜRTH Flyer with all important information.

Museums & Attractions

With the NÜRNBERG CARD you have 2 days FREE ADMISSION to ALL museums & attractions in Nuremberg and Fürth (1 x per museum / attraction). 

Mobile with the  Nürnberg Card + Fürth

You can use the Nürnberg Card + Fürth for unlimited travel on both the indicated days in fare zone A (Nuremberg/Fürth/Stein) You can use all subway lines, streetcars, buses as well as regional trains and S-Bahn rapid transit (DB German Railway – only 2nd class trains without supplements).

Who gets the Nürnberg Card?

Any visitor who spends at least one night in Nuremberg or Fuerth.

Please Note: The Nuremberg Card is completely free for children at the age of 5 and under, children from 6 up to 11 years pay € 5,00. (when at least one regular card is purchased).

Where can you get the NÜRNBERG CARD + FÜRTH?

  • Before arrival when booking your hotel or your package tour with one of the four Tourism organizations.
  • During your stay in one of our Tourist Information Offices or the Airport Information Office
  • In many hotels in Nuremberg and Fuerth but also at the Knaus camp site at the Dutzendteich Lake in Nuremberg.
  • When booking a cities tour program, e.g. with DERTOUR, incl. arrival by train and overnight accommodation.

 You can also contact us per email or phone: +49 (0)911 23360

Museums and sights in Nuremberg

  • The Imperial Castle, the main landmark of Nuremberg. (© Uwe Niklas)
  • New exhibition at the Imperial Castle informs about the building and the history of the castle. (© Bayerische Schlösser- und Seenverwaltung)
  • The Germanische Nationalmuseum impresses not only with the architecture of the building, but is also the biggest museum of German cultural history. (© Uwe Niklas)
  • The Albrecht-Dürer-House houses the former rooms and studio of the artist, the Dürersaal shows impressive reproduction of Dürer's most famous paintings. (© Uwe Niklas)
  • The Toy museum shows the tradition of Nuremberg as a toy city. (© Uwe Niklas)
  • The Dokumentation Centre in the former Congress Hall informs about the facets of the National Socialist terror regime. (© Uwe Niklas)
  • The Memorim Nuremberg Trials informs about the trials, defendants and suitors. (© Christine Dierenbach)
  • Art and design behind a spectacular facade shows the Museum for State Art and Design. (© Steffen Oliver Riese)
  • The DB museums houses many trains, among them of course the famous Adler. (© DB Museum Nürnberg)
  • One of the highlights of the Nuremberg Zoo is the dolpin lagoon. (© CTZ Nürnberg)
  • A former screw factory building is the home of the Museum of industrial culture which informs about the industrialisation in Nuremberg. (© Museen der Stadt Nürnberg, Stephan Minx)
  • Stucco ceiling at the city museum Fembohaus shows the wealth of Nuremberg patrician families. (© Museen der Stadt Nürnberg, Erich Malter)
  • The museum Tucherschloss used to be the holiday home of rich patrician families. (© Museen der Stadt Nürnberg, Helmut Meyer zur Capellen)
  • A museum at the former hangman's house is dedicated to the life of the Nuremberg exeuctioners. (© Geschichte für Alle e.V.)
  • There's a lot to explore beneath the castle hill of Nuremberg - like for example the Historic Rock-cut cellars from the 14th century. (© Ralf Arnold)
  • The medieval dungeons beneath the Old Town Hall used to be a remand prison. (© Museen der Stadt Nürnberg)

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