Deutsche Bahn Museum
Forget Dürer and Nazi rallies, Nuremberg is a railway town at heart. Germany's first passenger trains ran between here and Fürth, a fact...
Spanning prehistory to the early 20th century, this museum is the German-speaking world's biggest and most important museum of Teutonic...
The aptly named New Museum showcases contemporary art and design, with resident collections of paintings, sculpture, photography, video...
This cellar beer hall deep below street level is a popular spot to hug a mug of site-brewed ale, bubbling frothily in the copper kettles...
Take a pew in this 21st-century sugar cube to watch the sushi chef deftly craft your order. When the mercury climbs high, enjoy your...
Richard-Wagner-Platz 2 · interesting places nearby
Nuremberg's magnificent state theatre serves up an impressive mix of dramatic arts. The renovated art-nouveau opera house presents opera and ballet, while the Kammerspiele offers a varied program of classical and contemporary plays. The Nürnberger Philharmoniker also performs here.