Imperial Castle of Nuremberg

Albrecht Dürer’s House
“Back to Dürer” – this is the motto of Albrecht Dürer’s House, presenting the living and working quarters of the great artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528).

Germanisches Nationalmuseum
The Germanisches Nationalmuseum is the largest museum of cultural history in the German-speaking region. Setting nation-wide standards through its scientific and scholarly achievements, it carries the reputation of a dependable reference point in the museum landscape.

DB Museum (DB Railway Museum)
The DB Museum presents a large exhibition area dealing with the history of the railway in Germany. Spread over two storeys and an area of 2,500 m², the exhibition spans two centuries and explains the interaction of the railway with technology and commerce, politics and culture.

Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds
To this day, in Nuremberg’s southern districts, the remains of the buildings on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds with their immense proportions are a vivid testimony to the megalomania of the National Socialist regime.
This area of eleven square kilometres was intended as an impressive backdrop for the Nazi party rallies staged here to demonstrate their power.
The Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds (called Docu Centre) is located in the north wing of the Congress Hall, designed by the National Socialists to house 50,000 spectators, remained unfinished, though. With its “glass and steel arrow”, piercing the north wing, the Documentation Centre is a widely visible architectural counterpoint.

Visit Nuremberg’s historic rock-cut cellars
Through many centuries, the citizens of Nuremberg have built deep vaults and corridors into the bright red sandstone below their city. Today, the craft brewery “Hausbrauerei Altstadthof“ uses a small part of the widespread maze-like cellar system to mellow and store specialty beers and beer schnaps.