An extensive labyrinth of underground passageways and cellar vaults has existed in the bedrock of castle hill for centuries - the Historic Rock-Cut Cellars.
As early as 1380 red beer was stored in the subterranean cellars, sometimes comprising four levels, that had been cut into the Burgsandstein (local Nuremberg sandstone). During the air raids of World War II many citizens found shelter in these historical vaults.
Let's be honest - did you know that there is a room where people can be mutated from giants to dwarfs without any technical tricks?
Over 5,000 wheat beer glasses, each at least 25 years old, from around 1,500 breweries can be viewed here. Moreover, a small wheat beer brewery was once located here.
Schloss Neunhof, one of Nuremberg's best-preserved suburban estates, offers a vivid impression of the summer lifestyle of the city's patrician families from the 16th to the 19th century.
With ca. 1,000 objects on display out of a total of ca. 1,450, this collection ranks as one of the best of its kind in Europe.
This is the place for anyone with an interest in the ethnology of the South Pacific, Siberia, the Sahara or West Africa or a fondness for geology (including Germany's largest iron meteorite and Plateosaurus, the so-called Franconian...
The company history of BMF is presented on over 250 m2. Product designs, company catalogs and numerous historical products remind visitors of the significance of BMF.