Nuremberg is a wonderful city with much to discover at any time of day or year.
We feel particularly committed to Nuremberg’s art and culture and are therefore very pleased,
if we can provide you with tips and information for an unforgettable day.
We will be happy to work out an individual programme for you for different occasions.
Imperial in the Imperial Castle
In addition to the main buildings and the former imperial halls and rooms, you will also find
an extensive collection of weapons and equipment.
Germanic National Museum
The museum was founded as early as 1852 and is considered the largest cultural history museum in Germany.
Here you can experience an almost complete representation of art and culture from the Stone Age to the present day.
The Neues Museum with its modern architecture houses contemporary art and design exhibitions in true style.
Neunhof is one of the best-preserved manor houses in the Nuremberg area.
Here, the lifestyle of the landed gentry between the 16th and 19th centuries is brought back to life.
In the unfinished Nazi Congress Hall, originally designed for 50,000 people, the Documentation Centre provides information on the history of the Nazi Party Rallies.
Albrecht Dürer House
As the name suggests, everything you ever wanted to know about the artist Albrecht Dürer awaits you in this house.
In the city of the most famous toy fair, a toy museum is a must.
Toys on an area of 1,400 square metres from the Middle Ages to the present day will make children’s eyes light up.
Even more museums
You can find more museums and tourist information at the following Internet address: