Questions about your exhibition visit

Under the current Bavarian Infection Prevention Regulation, the following rules apply to museums:

Compliance with 3G, 2G and 2Gplus rules is no longer mandatory, nor is documentation of vaccination, recovery or tested status.

Wearing a mask is voluntary, but is still recommended.
We also still encourage you to maintain social distancing of at least 1.5 meters (5 feet).
While visiting the museum, please don't forget to comply with the same hygiene rules that apply everywhere.

If you feel ill, or have had contact with someone with a case of COVID-19, please be considerate of the need for general protection against this infection and cancel or reschedule your plans to visit a museum.

You can use the following methods of payment:

  • Cash
  • Girocard
  • Credit Cards: VISA, VISA Electron, Maestro
  • In special cases we can bill you

A visit to the Museum for Industrial Culture averages about 1½ hours.

Advance reservation is only necessary for group tours.

Guided tours can also be booked outside regular opening hours by request. A separate flat fee will be charged for these after-hours tours, in addition to the regular admission charge and the tour fee.

An unattended cloakroom is available to the right of the ticket desk. Lockers are available to the left. The lock requires a 1-euro coin, which will be returned after use.
Any bag to be taken into the exhibition must be no larger than a DIN A4 sheet of paper.

According to our statutes, dogs – with the exception of guide dogs for the blind – are not permitted in any of the Nuremberg Municipal Museums.

A coffee vending machine is available at the Museum for Industrial Culture, and tea, cold beverages and sweets are for sale at the museum shop. There are tables and chairs in the entry area.

A parking lot in front of the museum has 35 spaces, including one reserved for disabled guests.

The entrance to the Museum of Industrial Culture is on the ground floor level. The museum has a ground floor level and basement level.

A wheelchair-accessible restroom can be found on the basement level, which you can reach from the ground floor level using the wheelchair-accessible elevator.

A parking lot in front of the museum has 35 spaces, including one reserved for disabled guests.