Excitement, play and fun - for the whole family! Nuremberg offers many great attractions throughout the year.
The Nuremberg Zoo is one of the most beautiful zoological gardens in Europe and its dolphin lagoon charms guests of all ages.
The Nuremberg Toy Museum attracts million of visitors of all ages from all over the world. And as of May, the Field of Experiences for the Senses will invite children to be amazed, discover, investigate and experience.
An there's a lot more to discover: the medieval Imperial Castle, the DB Rail Museum with its "KIBALA" children's train land, the fascinating Museum of Industrial Culture, the cellars buried beneath the castle hill, the spooky city dungeons and much, much more.
We've put together a whole party's worth of trip and tour packages so that every family can enjoy a wonderful time in Nuremberg!
We're looking forward to seeing you and your family in Nuremberg. Welcome!
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Albrecht Dürer's House, which has recently been restored, presents in a new concept the living and working quarters of one ofthe most...read more
Experience the world of the Bible "live" in nomad's tent, at a bazaar, at a millstone, in the Jesus house or at a well.Multi-medial...read more
The legend that the 1st FC Nuremberg football club has become arises from fantastic successes, unbeatable records and embarrassing...read more
The heart of the new DB Railway Museum is an exhibition landscape on the history of the railway in Germany. The walking tour- over 2,500 m2...read more
Since 1994, the “Field of Experiences for the Senses” has amazed children. Between May and September each year, almost 100,000 visitors...read more
At the Nuremberg Children's and Young People's Museum, the motto is "hands on"! By trying things out and experimenting on their own,...read more
The Communications Museum focuses on people and the way they communicate - from the first cry of the newborn baby to the chat room.read more
A building built as a screw factory during the 1920s now houses the Museum for Industrial Culture, the Motorcycle Museum "Ardie, Mars Co."...read more
The domestic world of a prominent 16th century merchant family comes to life again in the Tucher Mansion Museum. The private collection of...read more
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...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
What did schools look like in the past? What did kids have in their schoolbags? How do school, everyday life and great history hang...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
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?read more