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Museum of Broadcasting (Rundfunkmuseum Fürth), Kurgartenstraße 37a

Located in the former administrative offices of Grundig, with an exhibition area of over 750 square meters, the Rundfunkmuseum is the largest museum of its kind in Germany. The exhibition covers developments in broadcasting technology over the past century, together with an illustrated history of two local radio and TV manufacturers, Grundig and Metz. To convey this in an active way, visitors are encouraged to participate in a wide range of educational services, tours and workshops.

Tuesdays to Fridays: 12pm to 5pm,
Saturdays and Sundays: 10am to 5pm
Last Thursday of the month: 12pm to 10pm
Mondays: closed
Telephone (0911) 7 56 81 10,
Underground line U1, Station Stadtgrenze;
Bus 39, 175 Station Kurgartenstraße



The Jewish Museum Franconia, Königstraße 89

Fürth is a shining example of tolerant coexistence. For centuries Jews, Protestants and Catholics have lived alongside one another. In the century Fürth became Tuesday town with the largest Jewish Community in the Southern Germany. The museum displays not only the history and culture of the Jews in Fürth and Franconia but also the present and the future. Throughout the year there are special exhibitions well worth seeing.

Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm
Telephone (0911) 77 05 77,
Underground line U1, Station Rathaus



fürth art gallery, Königsplatz 1

With each new exhibition in this refined art gallery, art lovers are given the oppurtunity to appreciate work from renowned national and international artists.

Wednesday to Saturday 1pm to 6pm
Sunday & public holidays 11am to 5pm
Telephone (0911) 9 74 16 90,
Underground line U1, Station Rathaus



Fürth Dialysis Museum, Robert-Koch-Straße 41

The KfH Dialysis Centre was named after the famous Fürth doctor Jakob Henle. Henle's work in general anatomy and pathology is still highly regarded today. The exhibition recounts the historic development of kidney replacement therapy from antiquity to the modern era.

Visits by arrangement only
Telephone (0911) 97 79 57 47
Underground line U1, Station Klinikum



The Municipal Museum, Ottostraße 2

The museum was built in the late classical style  and served as a school until 2003. Some of Fürth's famous sons, such as Ludwig Erhard, Gustav Schickedanz and Leopold Ullstein, were pupils there. One highlight of the museum is an exhibition area dealing with the social and industrial history of Fürth in the 20th century. The Museum also hosts temporary exhibitions on a variety of local themes.

Tuesday to Thursday 10am to 4pm, Saturday 1pm to 5pm, Sunday and public holidays 10am to 4pm,
First Thursday in the month 10am to 10pm
Telephone (0911) 97 92 22 90,
Underground line U1, Station Hauptbahnhof



Museum of Women's Culture in the Royal Stables at Burgfarrnbach Castle, Schlosshof 23

The Museum of Regional and International Women's Culture stages exhibitions dealing  with the ordinary lives of women, making comparisons at both a cultural and intercultural level. This is the first museum of its kind, resulting from the cooperative work of the institution "Frauen in der einen Welt e.V., Nürnberg" and the Fürth Departement of Culture. The exhibition entitled "The Strings of Fate" (Schicksalsfäden) features international female artists.

May, June, July and September
Thursday and Friday 2pm to 6pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am to 5pm
Telephone (0911) 5 98 07 69,
Underground line U1, Station Klinikum,
Busstop: Regelsbacher Straße

 

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