Nuremberg

Nuremberg Walking Tour

Duration: 2 hours
Overview: Explore Nuremberg's postcard-perfect Old Town on a 2-hour walking tour, led by a local guide. Steeped in antiquity, the neighborhood has been at the forefront of pivotal eras throughout Germany's history. Learn the history and see a collection of the city's must-visit sites, like St Lawrence Church, St Sebald Church, Albrecht Dürer House and Nuremberg Hauptmarkt. Explore the delightful Old Town streets, admiring it's pretty half-timbered houses.

Toy Museum

Duration: At your own pace. Last Admission 5 pm
Overview: A trip to the Toy Museum of Nuremberg is an unforgettable journey into the past. Children and grown-ups alike marvel at the exquisite doll's houses and 1950s Japanese tin cars. Outside there are more than 700 square meters where visitors can play with toys from their great-grandmother's time, and for a bit of quiet there is also La Kritz café in the cozy courtyard. The history of toys provides a rich insight into the history of human culture.

Steam engine to Inter City Express: the Deutsche Bahn Museum

Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Founded in 1899, the Deutsche Bahn Museum in Nuremberg is Germany's oldest railway museum. Covering more than 160 years of German railway history, its rolling stock exhibits include the legendary Adler (Germany's first ever locomotive), the Prussian G3, the Bavarian S2/6 express train and the modern ICE 3 – major milestones not only in the development of the train, but also of modern-day mobility in general. Visitors of all ages can have great fun exploring the fascinating history of the railway in the museum's interactive discovery centre.

Kaiserburg Castle, Nuremberg

Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Nuremberg Castle, where every emperor of the Holy Roman Empire lived, at least for a time, between 1050 and 1571, is one of the most important medieval imperial palaces. Friedrich Barbarossa and his successors added large extensions to the Salian Royal Castle which had been in existence since around the mid-11th century. The double chapel, which has survived intact to this day, dates back to this time. The imperial apartments and state rooms in the main building, whose original paneling has largely been preserved, contain 16th and 17th century paintings, tapestries and furniture.

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