After reading the reviews we didn't know whether to look forward to the AD house or to dread it. It ended up being a little bit of both. There is a small museum and an audio guide (with the pretend voice of Agnes Durer) telling a little about their life. Would have been more interesting if the audio guide didn't keep saying things like, "of course this room is not exactly like it was in my day..." or "this is not the same furniture I would have had," etc. One upstairs room is dedicated to his paintings--sort of... [They are all copies painted by other artists.] Like so much of Nuremberg after the WW2 bombings, this house has been reconstructed. Probably would have liked it better if I had only spent about 2-3 Euros instead of 5. They did give me a voucher for a free postcard from the gift shop area for visiting that day.
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