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German Railway Museum (DB Museum im Verkehrsmuseum)
Exhibit at the German Railway Museum
The DB Museum, opened in 1899 as Royal Bavarian Railway Museum, is Germany's oldest railway museum. Today, as museum of the Deutsche Bahn AG, together with the Museum of Communication, it forms the Nuremberg Traffic Museum. Exhibits include about 40 historic rail vehicles, among them the legendary Adler (Eagle) locomotive. In addition to numerous special exhibitions and events, the museum's main attraction is the
Experience Area of 1,000 square metres.
Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 9am - 5pm, Saturday and Sunday: 10am - 6pm. During the Christmas Market and Toy Fair also open on Mondays from 9am - 5pm.
Admission: Adults 4 €, Concessions 3 €, Children (6-14) 2 €, Families (2 adults + 4 children) 8 €.
Address: Lessingstrasse 6, 90443 Nuremberg
Tags: Nuremberg, Museum, Trains
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