As a long-time fan of Durer (also called the Leonardo Da Vinci of Germany) I thought it was quite informative. The English audio guide is a bit silly with the "voice" of Agnes Durer and even though the house has been reconstructed you still get a feeling of what life must have been like in his time. There are some of his art pieces (of course copies) and on the top floor is what was his workshop which I thought was quite interesting. There is also a small museum shop across the street when you exit the museum with nice souvenirs and copies of his work.
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