DB Museum

The DB museum is the oldest railway museum in the world. You can learn a lot about railway history from the beginnings to present day. The most popular attractions are the original trains and vehicles, e.g. from Germany’s first passenger wagon and the first steam locomotive (called Adler) to the latest ICE4. The visitors can have a look at all trains in two huge exhibition halls. For the little ones there is the kid’s train land where children can play. There is also a very nice model train.


Lessingstraße 6

90443 Nürnberg


Telephone: 0800 32687386


How to get there

U2/U3: Opernhaus

Opening hours

Monday: closed

Tuesday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday: 10am - 6pm


Adults: 6€

Reduced (students, with DB/VGN ticket): 5€

Children: 3€ (children up to the age of 6: free admission)