Due to the measures adopted by the federal government containing the corona pandemic, Neues Museum remains closed until further notice. We keep you informed about the current situation on this homepage and via social media on instagram and facebook.
We thank you for your understanding.
Hauptbahnhof (Central Station)
Königstrasse, south side of Hallplatz opposite Mauthalle
Königstrasse, corner of Hallplatz
More detailed information and a list of all public disabled parking spaces in Nuremberg are available from the Tiefbauamt (Municipal Civil Engineering Department).
There are several covered parking garages close by.
The entrance to Neues Museum Nuremberg is on Klarissenplatz. Wheelchair access to the entrance is via a small alleyway that branches off of Luitpoldstrasse.
There is level access to the foyer through the automatic revolving doors.
In the museum, all rooms of the collection and exhibition plus the lower foyer and auditorium can be easily accessed via ramps or elevator.
If you have any questions or require further assistance please contact the ticket office. We will be happy to help.
A wheelchair and walking frame are available on free loan for your visit to the museum. Please contact the ticket office.
Seating is available in some of the collection and exhibition rooms.
Wheelchair-accessible toilets are also available.
We hope you thoroughly enjoy your barrier-free visit to our museum and can spend many inspiring hours with art and design at Neues Museum.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, requests or suggestions.
On occasion we offer guided tours for the deaf in cooperation with sign language interpreters.
Moreover, sign language-supported group tours are also possible, by prior registration.
Our educational team will be happy to provide you with further information: