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Having opened its doors in 1882, the DB Museum is now the world's oldest museum devoted to the railways. Its main building is located in Nuremberg, and it also has two other branches - one in Koblenz and the other in Halle an der Saale. Property of...more
This is actually a really cool place especially if you like trains. They also have old cars as well. I really enjoyed the model train display that they ran for 15 minutes every hour or so. Reminded me of when I was a kid. Very...More
The first (line) train arrived to Nürnberg in Germany in 1835. It may be the the good cause to found the museum here. And as Germany and Europe industrialization was connecting to railway building, this collection is so rich and the presentation is really attractive.
5€ well spent, a comprehensive trip through the history of both the Reich's and Bundes Banns. Mostly in German but quite straightforward. The floor dedicated to visiting children is without equal and made us regret not having our 2yr old grandson with us.
This is a very large Museum showing the history of the railway in Germany. There is an extensive collection of locomotives and carriages. At 5€ for admission (which includes the Communications Museum) it is a bargin. The museum is child friendly and has a large...More
Be prepared with patience, all day walking if you have kids, especially boys.
Very large, very well organised, very much to see. We spent all day here and we just realised that we missed some parts.
Enjoy it, and don't forget about the parking ticket...More
It's very cool museum, everything moves. Especially I liked the communication museum on the top floor, you can write a secret message and send it to your friends.
Also there is a continuation of the museum on the street, where you can see live trains,...More
A very diverse collection of german railway equipment is on display at this museum. For the train enthusiast, this museum is a great place to visit not just for the exhibits but also for the outside display in the railyard next to the main station....More
The museum houses a diverse collection of railway equipment, including many items from before the DB existed. Everything is well presented and is generally interesting to the general tourist and enthralling for train nuts ( like me ).
The exhibition sections “On separate tracks: the railway in divided Germany from 1945 to 1989” and “History of the Stations” are still closed according to the Museum’s web site. I would estimate that 75% of all sections are... More
The exhibition sections “On separate tracks: the railway in divided Germany from 1945 to 1989” and “History of the Stations” are still closed according to the Museum’s web site. I would estimate that 75% of all sections are open.