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 as well as the developments in the production of pharmaceuticals over the last 100 years.
The museum documents the history both of the municipal hospital and of medical and health services in Nuremberg. The historic facility, a collection of medical instruments and a distillation plant of ca 1870 provide the framework. The heart of the museum, however, is the fully-preserved hospital pharmacy, complete with oak furnishings and countless jars and containers filled with every variety of powders and herbs.
Learn about the history of the hat maker’s craft. The Brömme Hat Museum shows you how hats are made. You can produce your own hat out of the materials at hand (hat bodies, hat trimmings, feathers and jewelry). The conformateur measures...
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.
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.
Opened in 2011 the museum presents a private Classic Car collection.
The Fire Brigade Museum in the attic of Fire Station #3 on Jakobsplatz is small but special. To be seen on ca. 250 m2 of exhibition space are an originally preserved 15th c. wooden pump, fire extinguishers, manual fire pumps,...
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.