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The number 8 tram from the central station stops right outside the museum. The museum itself is... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2017
peterpiperpickedapec
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london
Nuremberg's most exciting museum – huge motorcycle collection!

No other Nuremberg Museum will tell you more about this city's rich industrial heritage. It tells... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2017
Rolf K
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Nuremberg, Germany
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Reviewed 10 December 2017

The number 8 tram from the central station stops right outside the museum. The museum itself is fabulous. The motorbike collection is worth the admission fee alone although it’s free with the Nuremberg card which is also highly recommended. Play on old video games and...More

1  Thank peterpiperpickedapec
Reviewed 21 February 2017

No other Nuremberg Museum will tell you more about this city's rich industrial heritage. It tells you a rise-and-fall-story – don't expect too much multimedia knick-knack; it tells its story very conventionally with exquisite exhibits and simple signposts. It's a no-nonsense Museum that values substance...More

Thank Rolf K
Reviewed 27 November 2016

This museum shows how things change in lifetime. For example they had old nintendo games now people play on there smartphones. The exhibits include old cars, old bicycles even an old class room. There are also workshops for children. Note everything is in German. The...More

Thank karol452
Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

The good collection has many real functioning machines that give kids and adults a quick idea how things evolve quickly. Many things are display in a real life scenario or are interactive, crowded by a video section where one can remember with the kids how...More

Thank Denis B
Reviewed 25 July 2016

We arrived there during weekday and were almost alone there. The info is only in German, but the staff there were trying hard to explain everything to us and show all the possible working mechanisms. It was amazing! I`d go there again!

Thank NDYRUS
Reviewed 17 January 2016

It’s possible to go to that museum by tram n. 8. The stop is right in front of the museum entrance. In it one can see samples the most amazing models of vintage bicycles, motorbikes and cars manufactured in Nüremberg in the nineteenth and twentieth...More

Thank periandro
Reviewed 9 October 2015

This has some great exhibits but there is no audio guide and none of the exhibits have aany English explanations so only go if you can read and understand German

1  Thank Beanytours
Reviewed 26 February 2015

great half day out. Take the number 8 tram from the town centre to Tafelwerk - about 10 minutes, and go back in time. Located in an original building. Main displays include motor bikes, cars, production machines, printing and electrical plus recreations of 'old nurnberg'...More

1  Thank Paul Y
Reviewed 12 December 2014

This museum lacks the hands-on experiences and the interactivity that most of the museums of this type have. There are some exhibits for the visitors to interact with, but most of them didn't function when we visited the museum. It has an nice collection of...More

1  Thank rasemanju
Reviewed 3 October 2014

We went on a Sunday morning, it was great. Tons to see and a pretty cool reproduction of areas in NBerg - we do however wish the kids area was a little larger.

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