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Germany's most famous artist, Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) was born in Nuremberg. Today the Albrecht Dürer-Haus where this world-renowned artistic genius lived and worked is the main attraction of the "Historical Mile". With the "Germanisches Nationalmuseum", Nuremberg has the largest museum of German art and culture, and with Hirsvogel Hall, it is the home of the most important Renaissance interior north of the Alps.more
Nuremberg's extensive museum landscape, including the New Museum and the Kunsthalle with contemporary art, as well as the Museum for Industrial Culture and the DB Museum Nuremberg shedding light on the history and culture of the industrial age, or focussing on Nuremberg's tradition as a city of toys in the Toy Museum, have attracted numerous visitors to the city.
Nuremberg's trademark, the Kaiserburg, towers high above the city. The fortress, where all Emperor's of the holy Roman Empire resided for some time from 1050 to 1571, is one of the most important imperial palaces of the Middle Ages.
April to September daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
October to March daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed on 1st January, 24th, 25th and 31st December
The museum with its permanent exhibition "Fascination and Terror" is concerned with the causes, connections, and consequences of Nazi Germany. Topics that have a direct reference to Nuremberg are especially taken into account. Attached to the museum is an education forum.
Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
admission until 5 p.m.
The zoo with its natural cliffs and trees is called the most beautiful landscaped zoo in Europe and is home of about 2,000 animals belonging to 300 species from all over the world, in absolutely good mood, throughout the year.
Mid March to the beginning of October daily from 8 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.
Beginning of October to mid March daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
2nd May 2020
The colour blue – how could it be otherwise – is the signature feature of every Blue Night! However, for many years now, in addition to the magic of the colour blue, the displays focus on a theme that inspires the offerings of more than 70 arts and culture venues as well as artists' projects from the Blue Night Art Competition.
11th to 26th April 2020
In Nuremberg, fairs and festivals are an important aspect of Frankish culture. The Spring Festival in March and April is the counterpart to the Autumn Fair. Here, countless stalls, roller coasters, snack bars and a large concert stage in the Festival Marquee invite visitors to enjoy folklore and more. The fair mostly falls at Easter time, which is another reason to celebrate! An exciting Easter egg hunt is organised for children, for example. You can also uncover your artistic side and learn how to decorate the shells of these Easter treats.
18th July and 26th August 2020
(Almost) no one can resist the magic of this evening: the Classic Open Air picnic in the park in Luitpoldhain, Nuremberg, has long possessed magnetic qualities, while losing none of its familiar thrill. It's a true people's festival.
Sunset, classical music and a picnic with friends in a green space - this draws more than 100,000 visitors to Germany's largest Classic Open Air event.
31st July to 2nd August 2020
The Old Town once again becomes the happy setting for the Bards Festival. For three days, music from around the globe resounds at Nuremberg's famous festival of street music.
The Bards Festival in Nuremberg is perhaps one of the most charming music festivals there is. It takes place s once a year at various open-air venues in Nuremberg's Old Town.