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Albrecht Durer House

Albrecht-Duerer-Str. 39, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
+49 911 2312568
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  • Excellent46%
  • Very good34%
  • Average16%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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Albrecht-Duerer-Str. 39, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
Altstadt - St. Sebald
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+49 911 2312568
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

We visited very late in the day ( one hour before closing) and there were none of the costumed people/actors mentioned in other posts. However, the house was empty except for us and so the atmosphere was remarkable. It was wonderful to see the rooms...More

Thank Gracie02
Reviewed 13 July 2015 via mobile

It's quite possible you arrived in Nuremberg for sightseeing and had never heard of Albrecht Durer, the famous German painter. His home and some of his famous paintings and engravings are a "must see" in Nuremberg. While touring, I realized I had seen some of...More

Thank 3kittyk
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Note that the modern annex is the only part of the house with a/c, and it has copies of Durer paintings as the originals are either in Munich or other major European museums. It was a bit hard to tour the house in a heat...More

Thank fbc001
Reviewed 8 July 2015

The museum does not contain any original Dürer paintings or drawings (except for a few replica). It is mostly about the house's history and Dürers wife's comments about their daily life. SKip it unless you are a devoted Dürer fan and would like to hear...More

Thank Ulrik Frederik M
Reviewed 5 July 2015

It is worth visiting the museum. It will give you a glimpse in Durer's life time. They have people dressed like in Durer's time, very welcoming characters.

Thank Dana H
Reviewed 2 July 2015

Interesting view in to the Durer' life. Also an interesting old house of Nurenberg. I like all these art of Durer depickting the nature.

Thank LiberecKabs
Reviewed 20 June 2015

The Durer House is a small museum in the house where Durer and his family lived and worked. The audio tour is voiced by his "wife" and provided a lot of interesting information on what life was like at the time. It only takes about...More

Thank NancyKH
Reviewed 15 June 2015

The house is still quite intact in places and nice to walk around in. It is rather small, but I am not sure if that is a bad thing. We had student fare, would not pay more to be honest.

Thank gerson v
Reviewed 4 June 2015

Worth a visit, but nothing spectacular, just amazing it wasn't destroyed by the bombs. After this try a visit to the underground tunnels.

1  Thank cantabria2012
Reviewed 31 May 2015

Used the audio guide, which added more interesting information to that on the panels around the rooms. Gave a good background the history and life of Albrecht Durer.

Thank P_and_P_50s
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Quang Anh B
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Response from Alexandra_Rus | Reviewed this property |
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
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