Living quarters

On the first floor of Albrecht Dürer's House, the historic kitchen with its large, original fireplace permits a view of the everyday life of bourgeois citizens in the early 16th century.

On the other side of the hall, there are two living rooms furnished in the style of the late Renaissance (commissioned in 1880). They are named after their designer, Nuremberg Art School Professor, Friedrich Wanderer. They are finely crafted rooms in the "historicism" style of the 19th century, permitting a glimpse of the reception of the "cult figure" Albrecht Dürer during that time.