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The Tucher Mansion Museum and Hirsvogel Hall is a museum in Nuremberg. The Tucherschloss was built as a city palace of the Nuremberg Patrician Tucher family. It is now a museum with exhibits on the history of the Tucher family and shows what was life like for the 16th century merchants. In addition to valuable furniture and tapestries, the museum displays the famous Tucherian enamelware specially enamelled in Limoges and a silver double cup by Wenzel Jamnitzer, as well as a portrait of Hans VI. Tucher, painted by Albrecht Dürer's teacher Michael Wolgemut. The museum also features a beautiful garden.

Tucher Mansion Museum and Hirsvogel Hall
Hirschelgasse 9-11
90403 Nuremberg

Museum type(s)

Art & Design

Topics

Castle

Visitor information

Opening hours

Monday 10:00 am – 03:00 pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 01:00 pm – 05:00 pm
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday 10:00 am – 05:00 pm

Notes

Special opening hours on the holidays 2019
June 20 (Corpus Christi): 10 - 18 o'clock
3rd October (Day of German Unity): 10 - 18 o'clock
1st of November (All Saints): Closed
December 24th (Christma...

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Admission

Adults €6.00
Reduced €1.50
Students €1.50

Notes

Reduced:
Completion, 4th to completion, 18th year of age, pupils, students, volunteers, holders of the Bavarian volunteer card, integration courses....

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Location

Hirschelgasse 9-11, Nuremberg, Germany

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