Important information at a glance: address, opening times, traffic connections, parking and entrance fees.
The Nuremberg School Museum is a co-operation between the University Erlangen-Nürnberg and the City of Nuremberg. The museum is housed in the Museum for Industrial Culture.
Äußere Sulzbacher Straße 60-62
After extensive refurbishments, the School Museum's permanent exhibition is now completely accessible again.
You may find special opening times on the German website of the School Museum.
Special Opening Times
When special exhibitions are presented in the museum, contracts with external exhibition agencies might necessitate some changes to admission fees.
For an extra 2.50 EUR you can also use your entrance ticket as a day ticket, i.e. if, for example you buy a day ticket at School Museum, you may also visit all other municipal museums free of charge on the same day.
This day ticket offer does not apply to holders of the Nuremberg Pass and to school students visiting with their school class.
The tickets do not include special guided tours, such as e.g. the costumed guided tour with "Agnes Dürer" in Albrecht Dürer's House or with "Katharina Tucher" in the Museum Tucher Mansion, the visit to the Noricama Multivision Show in the City Museum Fembohaus, the visit to the Mediaeval Dungeons, the World War II Art Bunker, the Graphic Art Collection or Court Room 600, or the programmes offered by the Study Forum at the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds.
For information on these programmes please see individual museum pages.
An annual season ticket for Nuremberg Municipal Museums allows you to visit all municipal museums for one year, starting from the day of issue:
|Annual Season Ticket
(personalised, only valid for ticket holder)
|Annual Season Ticket XL
(personalised, valid for ticket holder and one accompanying adult and own children)
|Annual Season Ticket Nuremberg Pass
(personalised, valid for ticket holder who also holds a valid Nuremberg Pass)
You can purchase or order personalized annual season tickets at the following places:
Nuremberg Municipal Museums
There are about 35 parking spaces in front of the museum.
Public transport takes you straight to the museum entrance (see above).