Founded in 1899, the Deutsche Bahn Museum in Nuremberg is Germany's oldest railway museum.
Covering more than 160 years of German railway history, its rolling stock exhibits include the legendary Adler (Germany's first ever locomotive), the Prussian G3, the Bavarian S2/6 express train and the modern ICE 3 – major milestones not only in the development of the train, but also of modern-day mobility in general. Visitors of all ages can have great fun exploring the fascinating history of the railway in the museum's interactive discovery centre.
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