Cultural landmark and top attraction of the city
Albrecht Dürer's House
Albrecht Dürer's House, which has been restored, presents in a new concept the living and working quarters of one of the most famous painters and graphicartists in art history, namely Albrecht Dürer (1471 - 1528).
Historic Rock-Cut Cellars
Discover the fascinating labyrinth consisting of a wide range of vaults and passageways that were hewn from the rock many hundreds of years ago. Parts of the rock labyrinth are again in use today as a beer cellar for the Altstadhof micro-brewery.
Nuremberg, the city of the Nazi Party Rallies, the city of the racial laws, the city in which the trials against thorse primarily responsible from the national socialist regime were held. In the Third Reich Nuremberg was the "City of the Nazi Party Rallies". The north wing of the unfinished Congress Hall on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, is now occupied by the Documentation Center.
The market square is distinguished by the Schöner Brunnen with the golden ring, which according to legend, makes your dreams come true.
Tanner's Lane (Weißgerbergasse)
The largest ensemble of old artisan houses in Nuremberg can be found in the Weißgerbergasse.
St. John's Cemetary
The "Johannisfriedhof" is one of the most important burial sites in Europe. Albrecht Dürer and Veit Stoß are buried here.
The largest cultural-historical museum in the German-speaking world
German Railway Museum (DB Museum)
the heart of the DB Railway Museum is an exhibition landscape on the history of the railway in Germany.
One of the most beautiful zoos in the world