"History for Everyone - Institute for Local History" offers a wide variety of tours which provide you with an opportunity to experience the many-facetted history of the city of Nuremberg.
As well as general presentations of the city's past, it also turns its hand to special topics e.g. the life and work of Albrecht Dürer, the role of Nuremberg in Nationalsocialism, or everyday themes such as the history of the Nuremberg sausage. History for Everyone is particularly concerned to make its subject lively and accessible and to provide visitors from outside Germany with vivid insights into the history and culture of Nuremberg.
Search for traces of Nuremberg`s secrets together with us.
A pleasant walking tour through the Old Town offers information and insights on the castle, the fountains, wells, the cities churches and art treasures as well as a flavour about the cities colourful past and cosmopolitan present.
With a comprehensive information system on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, the city offers all visitors to this historic site the opportunity to explore and come to terms with the Nazi party rallies on the very spot that they took...
NUERNBERG’S HISTORICAL MILE highlights the major architectural and artistic landmarks of an historic city whose Golden Age was the late Middle Ages and which has been substantially rebuilt since the devastation of the Second World War...
The motto of the tours is "let history come alive with stories". The Lady Nightwathman is clad in cloak and hat, armed with a horn, lantern and halberd and thus will guide the group through Nuremberg's eventful past.
Rock-Cut Cellars, World War II Art Bunker, Casemates and Water Supply Conduits.