Tucher Palace – Nuremberg

Picture: Tucher Palace

The summer residence of the Tuchers, a Nuremberg patrician family, was built between 1533 and 1544. Among the exhibits in the little palace from the Tucher family foundation, which has been furnished as a museum, is a famous dinner service by Wenzel Jamnitzer.

The building is owned jointly by the Free State of Bavaria and the city of Nuremberg. The city of Nuremberg is responsible for the running of the museum.

The yearly season tickets of the Bavarian Palace Department don't entitle the bearers to free admittance.

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Object information:

Address / Information

museen der stadt nürnberg
Verwaltung
Hirschelgasse 9-11
90403 Nürnberg
Telephone 0911 231-5421
museen@stadt.nuernberg.de
www.museums.nuremberg.de

For information about opening hours, guided tours, admission charges etc please have a look at
museum-tucher-mansion.de

Further information

Further information

Service (leaflets, photo/film, links …)

Information for visitors with reduced mobility:

Not accessible for wheelchair users

Nearest railway station:

Nuremberg
www.bahn.com

Public transport with nearest stop:

"Rathenauplatz"

Public transport with nearest stop:

Tram to "Rathenauplatz"

Parking space:

Several multi-storey car parks in the city centre

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