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Albrecht Durer House

Albrecht-Duerer-Str. 39, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
+49 911 2312568
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Albrecht-Duerer-Str. 39, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
Altstadt - St. Sebald
+49 911 2312568
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Not as captivating as I'd hoped to be honest, even as a Durer fan. Very few artefacts of any significance, and no real sense of the Durers' lives within it. It's not know which room was Durer's studio, for example. Still, a good generic example...More

Thank Phil G
Reviewed 4 days ago

Durer owned and lived in this house. However, with the exception of the kitchen, little is left from the time that he was there. The building serves mainly as a site for his art (reproductions) and the printing methods of the time. That said, it...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Now, I don't claim to be an Albrecht Durer fan but I did find his house a bit of an oddity. I personally think of you're a big fan of Durer then this place would probably be an essential place to visit. If you're not...More

Thank TheCautiousTraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well albert durer is their famous figure, personally speaking , you can pass by watching the house , take photos of the neighborhood, didn't enter as i figured out that we didn't have the essential works of durer inside,

Thank ichrayteh
Reviewed 1 week ago

I remember reading about Albrecht Durer in high school art or history class, longer ago than I'll admit. Then my wife and I stumbled onto his home in Nurbemberg, and it started to come back to me. This house is filled with fascinating information about...More

Thank Ganfo
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth the 5 euro admission. Tour includes four floors of the large home, with many recreations of the artist's work (sadly, it looks like most of his art was gone from Nuremberg by the late 1500s and has not been returned, only copied for...More

Thank MissRich64
Reviewed 1 week ago

for only 5 euro, this little museum is a bargain. (and if I remember correctly, the audio guide came at no extra charge!) This was my second visit and I was happy to return.

Thank ErinSings
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The home of artist Albrecht Durer. Many art pieces. Great exhibits, displays and demonstrations. Very interesting and educational. Open until 8 pm on Thursday.

Thank Gale R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very historical place in Nuernberg and should not be missed by any tourist. Walking through this historic house is great. It can be very crowded during tourist season like 'The Weihnachtsmarkt'.

Thank Otto B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Original house where Albrecht Dürer lived the last years of his life, you can visit the house, the furniture is not original but from later times.

Thank mechelaar
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Quang Anh B
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Response from Alexandra_Rus | Reviewed this property |
Albrecht was very sick when he was old, and even though usually people had the toilets outside the house, because he was a well respected men they let him had his toilet in the house. I don't remember exactly why was it... More