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?
Enjoy, be amazed, grasp the meaning in the Tower of the Senses!
How can it be that within seconds we can forget how to throw a basketball through the net, although we had just mastered it minutes before?
You can discover the reasons for this yourself. A fascinating array of hands-on exhibits provoke curiosity and invite experimentation to answer the question: “How do our senses actually work?”
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.
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.
We take you to the fascinating world of ambers and show you the largest stone in Germany, with a weight of 12.410 kg.
The Hospital Museum is located in the completely preserved rooms of the hospital’s pharmacy with oak furnishings dating to 1897. It shows the change in the Nuremberg health system from the Middle Ages to the present...
Garden houses of the period 1920-1930, from various allotment settlements around Nuremberg, have been lovingly renovated and re-erected here by the local Nuremberg association of allotment gardeners.
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...