On two floors, children will find a wide range of play and participation stations on a wide variety of themes in this museum. Here they can try out, explore and do research as they wish. Sometimes the focus is on people's lives 100 years ago, sometimes on nature. In addition, there are changing special exhibitions.
Age: 1 - 10 years, focus on primary school age
The toy industry in Nuremberg has a history going back over 600 years. Dolls, tin figures and tin toys are among the products that have made the city famous all over the world. All kinds of toys from past and present times are shown on an area of 1,400 m². A children's area with educational supervision and an outdoor playground are also part of the museum's facilities.
"Education for all - 500 years of school history" is the motto of the School Museum Nuremberg, which opened in 2008. Among other things, an originally preserved classroom from around 1900 can be visited.
"The Tower of the Senses" is a participatory museum for young and old, in which one's own senses can be explored and confused in a playful way.
Age: 7 years and older
THE KIBALA (Kinderbahnland) is a 1000 m² large part of the DB Museum, which is especially designed to introduce children to the subject of railways. Children learn everything about trains, conductors, steam locomotives and the like at the participatory stations.
Admission to KIBALA is included in the DB Museum entrance fee.
Nuremberg children's city map
Child friendly information about museums, adventure pools and the most important sights of Nuremberg.
The free children's city map is available for download at the Tourist Information, in numerous local hotels and on the website.
Nuremberg Imperial Castle for Children and Adolescents
The Castle Lion Leo has compiled children and youth pages for the Imperial Castle Nuremberg. Other than the guided tours for children at a glance, there are also cut-out sheets for helmets, a coloring template for the Imperial Castle Nuremberg, a castle memory game and different puzzles with castle motives of Nuremberg's Imperial Castle.
Guided tours for children in Nuremberg
Nuremberg looks back on a long history, historical buildings and secret corridors bear witness to it to this day. Children from the age of 5 are offered regular guided tours through Nuremberg's underworld and themed tours in historical costumes.
Kinderführungen in Nürnberg
Tourist-Infos: Königstraße 93 und Hauptmarkt 18
Telefon +49 (0) 911/ 23 36-0
On the beautifully situated site directly on the Pegnitz, everything revolves around the subject of sensory experiences. Variously designed stations of different kinds offer the possibility to marvel, to discover and to do research. The site is open from May to September and is the setting for various events during this time.
Erfahrungsfeld zur Entfaltung der Sinne
Telefon +49 (0) 911 / 2 31-31 65