Questions and Answers about your Visit to Nuremberg
In our FAQ, we've gathered the most important questions and answers about your visit to Nuremberg during the coronavirus pandemic.
From the treasures of a great cultural and historical heritage in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum to insights into the life and work of the artist Albrecht Dürer in his former home and workshop, the Albrecht-Dürer-Haus, to the history of toys in the Toy Museum Nuremberg – we’ve put together the highlights of Nuremberg’s interesting and varied range of museums.
Albrecht Dürer's House, which has recently been restored, presents in a new concept the living and working quarters of one of the most...read more
The heart of the new DB Railway Museum is an exhibition landscape on the history of the railway in Germany.read more
Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds: In the Third Reich Nuremberg was the "City of the Nazi Party Rallies". The north wing of the...read more
Since its founding in 1852 the Germanisches Nationalmuseum has advanced to one of the largest museums of cultural history in the...read more
In the criminal court of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice world history was written: On November 20, 1945, the trial against the "main war...read more
The New Museum with its curved glass facade rises over the medieval city walls in the heart of Nuremberg. The handsome museum has received...read more
Ever since the Middle Ages Nuremberg has been a city of toys. Today, the world-famous Toy Museum with its wealth of exceptional exhibits...read more
Merchant's House, Patrician's Palatial Residence, Map Publishers, Museum - the City Museum at Fembo's House built between 1591 and 1596 at...read more