Art / Museum
“Daku-Zentrum” is one of the former Nuermberg Rally buildings. You can learn the history of “Nazi-Propaganda” and the National Socialist tyranny. The museum gives an overview of the whole Nazi-history with films, that make you ponder, clear photos and clarifications. On all the buildings you can find informativ boards, that show the Nazi´s mass meetings...
Nuernberg, totaly blue again!
Nuernberg castle covered with graffiti. The downtown is filled with cheerful crowd of people. And every corner that you gaze at, you see blue lights. What’s going on here? With the headline “Horizon” Nuernberg’s big art campaign “Blaue Nacht” took place on 5th of may. The idea of this event goes back to year 2000,...
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...
The “Kunstvilla” in the “KunstKulturQuartier” is a municipal museum that is devoted to the presentation, mediation and study of the regional art history. The museum exhibits art works from the 20th and 21th century of the city as well as public and private consignors on an exhibtion space of about 600 sqm.
Art museum for contemporary art with temporary exhibitions
Nuremberg has been a toy city of world renown for over 600 years, its tradition stretching from the doll makers of mediaeval times to outstanding tin figure manufacturers and numerous tin toy producers in the industrial age, up to the International Toy Fair, the world’s most important trade fair of its kind. Nuremberg Toy Museum...
Werkstatt 141 Auf AEG5
Since September 2012 the Kulturbüro Muggenhof is offering the Werkstatt 141 Auf AEG. With a multi functional place for theaters, concerts, workshops and lectures, congresses and exhebitions. People from many different countries meet here and get in contact quite natural. Also this cultural diversity you will find in our events and proposals.
The Germanische Nationalmuseum in Nürnberg is the largest cultural historical Museum in the German speaking region. The museum houses around 1,3 million objects from early period till present.
The Neues Museum Nürnberg describes itself as a community centre that opens constantly new experiences to their visitors. A museum of the 21st century as a vibrant forum, a place of inspiration and education, of exchange and discussion.