The historic tram depot St. Peter
Public transport history in Nuremberg
In 1881, the first public transport service in Nuremberg and to the neighbouring city Fürth started. How about travelling back in time to the days of horse-drawn trams, the first electric trams, and the nostalgic saloon coaches of the 1950s? In our tram depot, you will learn when the first underground trains started, how omnibuses conquered even remote parts of the city and why modern low-floor carriages are a great innovation.
- Opening hours
The historic tram depot St. Peter (Ger.: Historisches Straßenbahndepot) opens its doors for you every first weekend in the month from 10.00 to 17.30 – please note that the last admission will be at 17.00.
- Opening days in 2019
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd in February
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd in March
Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th in April
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th in May
Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd in June
Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th in July
Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th in August
Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th in September
Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th in October
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd in November
Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th in December
- How to find us
Historisches Straßenbahndepot St. Peter
The tram line 6 or the bus line 36 (leave at station: Peterskirche) will bring you to the museum. And of course, on opening days the Historic Castle Ring Line 15 is also in service.
Admission to the tram depot
Adults: 6.00 EUR
Children up to age 14: 3.00 EUR
Historic Castle Ring Line 15
Adults: 9.50 EUR
Children up to age 14: 6.00 EUR
The tickets include admission to the museum.
2 adults and four children up to age 17: 20.00 EUR
The ticket is valid for a ride on the Historic Castle Ring Line and includes admission to the museum.