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Museum Industriekultur, Nuremberg

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The Altstadt and the Egidienviertel districts, the city's historical sections, provide an array of guesthouses and hotels. An alternative is the Gostenhof area, a suburban region with a selection of tourist sites. If you stay in Gostenhof, however, you need to take public transportation to the city center. For local flair, consider staying in the Knoblauchsland district near the Hauptmarkt. Avoid the Südstadt district near the train station, which is mainly residential and doesn't offer many entertainment options or access to sites.
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  • 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 conv...  more »
  • 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...  more »
  • 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 ...  more »
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  • Interesting pieces of German history. Quite a few things I didn't know about Germany and it's history.
  • One of our standard rainy day activities, the museum provides plenty of interesting things to see for both the kids and parents. There is a great hands on laboratory for the kiddoes as you enter the facilities. In the basement, the fully functional printing press is the highlight (especially for Papa) and is a must see when it is open with people to show how everything works. For those that love travel on two wheels, the motorcycle and bike exhibits are exceptional. Especially for the family price, you get a great deal for your money.
  • Very nice exhibitions, a lot to learn about Nurembergs industrial heritage! Recommended
  • One day the best museums in Nuremberg! We were overwhelmed by the diversity that is available here! The Museum is much larger than it appears from the outside and you can find out everything you can imagine here. Technical stuff like cars and motorcycles over old shops (which you can there partially enter!) or an old working-class apartment around 1920, you can also enter! A collection of old computers and game consoles are there as well as you can read an old factory and a printing company in the old newspapers from the 50/60/70's. Absolutely worth a visit and I can put everyone on the heart to visit the Museum!
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  • Although the Museum seems interesting there is not a single sign that is not in German so foreign is us impossible to understand nothing of what is there says about the hundreds of objects that there is exposed
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