Germanisches Nationalmuseum

Ansbach is famous for its painters and porcelain. The city is Rococo through and through, with hidden art and architecture at every turn. The biggest and best museum is Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Hosting over 600,000 years of European cultural items, such as art, architecture, and items of historical importance, the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, in Ansbach, Germany caters to those wishing to experience the brilliance and ingenuity of European art and culture in Germany’s largest museum of its kind.

Through fascinating displays, the unique exhibitions excite history enthusiasts and tourists to no end. To travel back in time, one can not go wrong inside of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Ansbach. Here you’ll find everything from rare folk masks to paleolithic hand-axes – and of course, greats such as Dürer, Cranach and Rembrandt. For something completely different, the German Toy Museum is a hop, skip and a jump away – not just for kids.

Read what others share about their experience

  • alex chan
    5 months ago
    very place to visit. but is a shame we can't take picture in the tour.
  • Zoe Ryan
    3 years ago
    Excellent visit, not yours at the moment due to covid, but you can walk through the rooms.on your...
  • Alina
    a year ago
    Haven't been inside but outside is interesting. Haven't expected to see such big residence in this...
  • Sophia
    10 months ago
    Currently under construction work, but the 1h guided tour was definitely worth the visit and...
  • Kristina Lloyd
    11 months ago
    Beautiful residence with plenty of history. Tours are only in German, and they do offer a pamphlet...

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