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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528), Germany's most famous painter, lived in this impressive half-timbered house for nearly 20 years, starting in 1509. Not only is it one of the few surviving merchant houses from Nuremberg's Golden Age, but it is also the...more
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Albrecht-Duerer-Str. 39, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
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After visiting the imperial palace this was just down the hill and easy access. We spent 90 minutes going through the self guided tour with the headsets that are included in the price of the admission.
Kind of bordered on the spiritual ... being in the house where this leader of the Northern Renaissance lived and worked. Wow! The amazing stories about the building and Durer's live were fascinating (eg. petty bureaucrats and 'facilities'). When we were there, there was an...More
You don't have to be into German Renaissance paintings nor into architecture to be able to fully enjoy visiting this wonderful museum.
The flair and told history of its old walls, the stories you will be able to learn about and the perfectly portrayed artist,...More
This is a lovely museum dedicated to Durer. The building is beautiful outside, and incredibly quaint inside. You are given an audio guide to take you through the tour of the entire house in your chosen language. Before you begin the tour they offer you...More
I visited Nuremberg in the 1980s and spent ages trying to get the perfect photo of me in front of Albrecht Durer's House - only to later find that it wasn't his house at all. So my visit was all about righting a wrong! It's...More
I come here every time I am in Nuremberg. The audio guide, free with entrance ticket, is excellent. His life and work are well presented. An old reproduction press provides great souvenirs, as well as someone demonstrating the art of copper plate engraving.
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Albrecht was very sick when he was old, and even though usually people had the toilets outside the house, because he was a well respected men they let him had his toilet in the house. I don't remember exactly why was it... More
Albrecht was very sick when he was old, and even though usually people had the toilets outside the house, because he was a well respected men they let him had his toilet in the house. I don't remember exactly why was it positioned in the kitchen, but I presume it might have been the place where he spent the biggest part of his day.