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Museum Tucherschloss und Hirsvogelsaal

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Family History

A very interesting look into the history of a still prominent Nuremberg family. They were wealthy... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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A gem worth visiting

Tucher Haus is a gem of a mansion worth visiting both for its architecture and the history... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
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1 week ago
“Family History”
10 Jun 2018
“Interesting look into the home of a middle ages merchant”
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This museum brings to life the world of Nuremberg's 16th century merchant families. The collection, which is owned by the patrician Tucher family, includes valuable furniture, tapestries, paintings and handicrafts. The picturesque Renaissance garden...more
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Hirschelgasse 9 - 11, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very interesting look into the history of a still prominent Nuremberg family. They were wealthy merchant princes from the 15th century. In fact they have recently paid for refurbishment of the Viet Stoss Annunciation carving which they commissioned in the 1400's! Lots of interesting...More

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Reviewed 10 June 2018

After visiting Nuremburg many times and enjoying the city, a little adventure towards the university yielded the Tucher mansion. Some of the interpretation is in English. The house is about a 30-45 minute stop. While we walked, there is a nearby u-bahn stop. It looks...More

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Reviewed 7 August 2017

Tucher Haus is a gem of a mansion worth visiting both for its architecture and the history showcased inside. It is well worth a visit and you can get a one-day card in the museum that allows you to visit Fembo Haus and the Toy...More

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Reviewed 27 June 2017

If you've seen a few mansion style houses,there's no need to hold-out for this one. Not a lot to see here and you could whiz around it in 10 minutes. Unique wooden statues can be found outside in the garden however.

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Reviewed 9 December 2016

The house where use to live a rich german family in ancient times.Old furniture,old tapestries,old paintings,interesting architecture.Hirsvogel Hall is a wonderful ball room placed in a separate building.It's completely empty,not even a piece of furniture,but it's very nice painted,including the ceiling.

Thank zuv
Reviewed 10 July 2016

well, this is not quite a museum but is really worth a visit. The mansion is very well maintained and depicts the history of the Tucher family. We were here during the week and didn't have any guide but that was quite OK. The garden...More

2  Thank saponifier
Reviewed 9 May 2016

The first day we tried to go to this mansion we walked there and then realised that it was not open, so make sure you check the opening times and dates as they are not open all of the days of the week. However it...More

2  Thank WolfStar7
Reviewed 25 March 2015

every sunday at 2pm they provide costume tour, in which Katharina Tucher will give her house tour in detail. you will have to pay 2,5 euro more for this tour and it was well worth. not only the history of the family but also a...More

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Reviewed 19 February 2015 via mobile

Castle was closed in mid February. This was free and had access to the gardens. Ornate room , boards only in German . Might be better if castle also open. Not a huge amount to see on its own

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