January - February
Winter Break
Museum closed
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March - April
Sa. + Su. + Bank Holiday
10 - 17 h
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May - September
Sa. + Su. + Bank Holiday
10 – 17 h
Tuesday – Friday
12 – 16 h
October
Sa. + Su. + Bank Holidays
10 – 17 h
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November - December
Winter Break
Museum closed
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Entry Museum
Adults
7,- Euro
Children (5-14)
3,- Euro
Railway Adventure Days
Adults
8,- Euro
Children (5-14)
4,- Euro
Steam Days
Adults
10,- Euro
Children (5-14)
5,- Euro

Museum railway Nördlingen - Gunzenhausen

The route from Nördlingen to Gunzenhausen can look back on a glorious past: it was opened in 1849 as part of the "Ludwigs-Süd-Nordbahn" from Lindau to Hof. It was only when the direct route between Donauwörth and Treuchtlingen was paved in 1906 that the route became quiet again. In 1985 the German Federal Railroad ceased traffic, and in 1996 DB Cargo stopped operating goods traffic in Wassertrüdingen. The route runs gently embedded in the landscape from Nördlingen in a north-easterly direction to Gunzenhausen. To the right and left of the tracks there are many little things to discover, for example the old railway bridge over the Wörnitz in Oettingen. Gunzenhausen is already part of the well-known "new Franconian lake district" and is located directly on the Altmühlsee.

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News from the Bavarian Railway Museum

11 July 2021
English Blog
The museum is currently open at usual times. Please be aware of Covid-19 measures: - You will have to register with Name, Address and Phone Number - It's mandatory to wear a FFP2-Mask in all closed rooms / buildings (not outside). - Keep distanc...
08 April 2021
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English Blog
Due to to the Covid 19 / Corona Measures by the Government, the museum has to be closed until further notice.We will inform you on this page, has soon as we are allowed to open again. Please note that also all announced Events are subject to change, ...