The Historic Streetcar Depot St. Peter was set up in 1985 on the area of the closed down auxiliary streetcar factory St. Peter.
Today the Society for the Friends of the Nuremberg-Fürth Streetcar displays street car vehicles from 1881 on and informs visitors about the development of the bus fleet, the street car workshops and the subways. The Streetcar Café invites you to sit down and relax.
Casemates – defensive chambers inside the Renaissance bastions of the Imperial Castle – led to the medieval water supply conduits. The impressive, once secret water channels were used well into the 20th c.
Some 120,000 exhibits are shown on ca.750 m2, including a unique collection of over 4,000 porcelain figures, some over 250 years old.
The Peace Museum documents the history of pacifism in Germany over the last 100 years, and the activities of the peace movement in Nuremberg since 1945.
The Garrison Museum in the former air raid shelter "Hohe Marter" is devoted to the military history of this region, from the Free Imperial City (to 1806), the Royal Bavarian Army (to 1918), the Reichswehr (to 1933) and...
At the Nuremberg Children's and Young People's Museum, the motto is "hands on"! By trying things out and experimenting on their own, youngsters of all ages can figure out how things work and fit together and develop a...
Opened in 2011 the museum presents a private Classic Car collection.