Nuremberg Municipal Museums are open for your visit!

Municipal Museums are open tfor your visit. Photo: Christine Dierenbach

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

For both simple museum visits and participation in indoor tours and events, admittance is generally permitted only for visitors who have been vaccinated or have recovered and have also recently tested negative. Results from a fast antigen test are valid for 24 hours; a PCR test is valid for 48 hours, self-tests are not possible. You will need to present documentation of your status at the ticket desk. There are exceptions for children under age 6 and for school children who are regularly tested at school.

All visitors must wear an FFP2 mask. Children below the age of 16 may wear a conventional medical mask instead.

Requirements under the anti-infection regulations are especially changeable at present. So please check daily, or at least immediately before visiting the museum, to see what the current rules are.

While visiting the museum, please don't forget to comply with the same distancing and hygiene rules that apply everywhere.

If you feel ill, or have had contact with someone with a case of COVID-19 during the past 14 days, please be considerate of the need for general protection against this infection and cancel or reschedule your plans to visit a museum.


If you wish, you can make an appointment online in advance for your visit to the Documentation Center at the Nazi Party Rally Grounds.
Online reservations


The Medieval Dungeons and the World War II Art Bunker will remain closed until further notice. We will inform about a concrete date for this facility as soon as possible.