Here you will find our general press photos for Nuremberg.
Today's DB Museum is the oldest railroad museum in the world and was founded in 1882.
Source: DB Museum/Mike Beims
In 1835, the "Adler", Germany's first steam locomotive, ran from Nuremberg to Fürth.
Source: DB Museum/Uwe Niklas
Past meets present in Vehicle Hall I of the DB Museum.
In the Vehicle Hall I of the DB Museum, a replica of the Adler steam locomotive stands next to a mock-up of the ICE 3.
A special highlight is a castle on wheels: two magnificent carriages from the court procession of the Bavarian fairy-tale king Ludwig II.
"Versaille on wheels": the court train of King Ludwig II.
The salon car of Imperial Chancellor Otto von Bismarck has four compartments: a compartment for servants, a working and sleeping cabin, a toilet and washing cabin and the salon.
Changing vehicle exhibitions are presented on the outdoor area of the DB Museum.
500 meters of track, 80 square meters of space and a unique relay technology: the historical model railroad in the DB Museum.
In the children's railroad land KIBALA, a miniature railroad makes its rounds every half hour.
A regional train from Nuremberg to Fürth can be driven on a driving simulator in the children's railroad land KIBALA.
Hands-on stations in the children's railroad land KIBALA invite you to learn through play.
The DB Museum shows the history of the railroad in Germany with all its facets. (in the picture: the exhibition area "Industrialization").
In the "Industrialization" exhibition area, museum guests meet fictional, historical passengers.
The exhibition area "In the Germany of two railroads" shows the development of the railroads in East and West.
The exhibition area "Bahnhofszeiten, Station Times shows life at large city stations through the ages.
The "Modellarium" displays around 2,000 models in various scales.