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.
The fortified manor house, with its gate, moat, drawbridge, outbuildings, stables and gardens, constitutes a unique domestic ensemble in the heart of "Knoblauchsland".
Among the unexpected treasures in the little patrician "Schloss" are two kitchens - one for cooking, the other purely for show! The domestic chapel (ca 1740) contains two altar panels from the Kraftshof church and a playable organ "made in Nuremberg".
In spring and summer, the beautiful early Baroque garden of Schloß Neunhof attracts many visitors. The picturesque estate is also available for organized children's parties.
Nuremberg's most impressive bunker system penetrates almost 24 m deep into the castle hill. In the reconstructed cellar vaults Nuremberg's most valuable art treasures withstood the bombs of World War II unscathed.
A journey through time to the past world of the craftsmen. The Museum |22|20|18| Kühnertsgasse provides unusual insights into the everyday life and the working world of craftsmen from the Middle Ages to the...
Opened in 2011 the museum presents a private Classic Car collection.
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...
Situated directly over the river the former official living quarters of the hangman of the free imperial city of Nuremberg offers fascinating views. The exhibition in the hangman's rooms deals with criminal history in...
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.