The café at the Toy Museum will remain closed for the time being.
An oasis in the Old Town: the idyllic café at the Toy Museum is an inside tip – and not just for museumgoers. Open during the summer months, in the Museum's secluded inner courtyard with its historic Nuremberg wooden gallery, the café invites guests to linger. As they watch the trains of the pretty LGB garden railroad traverse a miniature landscape, visitors can relax with coffee and house-made cake, cool beverages and other little delicacies. And a note to parents: meantime, your children can explore the safely fenced garden playground, with historic play equipment. Horst Dornberger is always happy to talk with guests from the Toy Museum and other visitors who just stop by for a snack or a cup of coffee – there's no need for a Museum ticket.