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Address & getting here

Directions to the DB Museum Nuremberg

The museum is located just south of Nuremberg's historic centre at the corner of Lessingstrasse and Sandstrasse. You can't miss it. It is housed in an impressive building (constructed in 1925).

DB Museum
Deutsche Bahn Stiftung gGmbH
Lessingstrasse 6
90443 Nuremberg

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Arriving by train

Nuremberg is easy to reach with Deutsche Bahn services from throughout Germany. The city's main station is located just a few minutes' walk from the museum. Link to DB's travel information.

Arriving by public transport (VGN)

U2, U3: Opernhaus stop (approx. 100 metres)

S1, S2: Nürnberg-Steinbühl stop (approx. 900 metres)

Adults with a valid VGN ticket pay only EUR 6 to enter the museum.

Arriving by car

On the motorway, follow the signs for Centrum (city centre) or Hauptbahnhof (main station). Once on the ring road around the historic centre, look for Frauentorgraben and then Lessingstraße.

Parking at the museum

The nearest multi-storey carparks are located at the city's opera house (Opernhaus: access via Karl-Pschigode-Platz) and Grasersgasse 25 (Sterntor). These facilities contain eight parking bays for buses. Parking spaces that require payment (plus parking for disabled drivers) are also located beside the museum.

You can also use the Park & Ride system.

If you need someplace to stay in Nuremberg, hotels can be found via the online travel agent Expedia (see link on right).

Persons with Disabilities

There are four parking spaces for disabled drivers. There is step-free access via the museum's internal courtyard. Wheelchair users can access all sections of the museum via ramps and lifts. Mobility-impaired visitors have two wheelchairs at their disposal.