Kindergarten and preschool – museum for communication nuremberg

Museum of Communication Nuremberg
Lessingstrasse 690443 Nuremberg

Monday closed
Tuesday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays 10 am to 6 pm
Closed January 1st, Good Friday, May 1st, 24th, 25th and December 31st.

Admission regular € 6 · Reduced € 5
Up to 17 years € 3

C O N T E N T – S I N G L E. P H P

Kindergarten and preschool

Research communication and experiment with media

A C F: G A L E R I E
A C F: I N F O B O X

consultation Telephone (0911) 230 88-230, email [email protected]

Please send appointment inquiries exclusively via our form. Please note that we must receive inquiries at least three weeks before the desired date.

What does "communication" actually mean? How did the newspaper come about? How does hearing work? In our workshops for preschool and kindergarten, children and school classes experience and experiment under the guidance of our museum educators.

A C F: flexible content BEGINNING

On Tuesday and Thursday in the first three weeks of July: 2nd, 4th, 9th, 11th, 16th and 18th July 2019 · Start at 9, 10 or 11 a.m. · 90 minutes up to 6 · costs: 35 euros for the group (from 1st class plus 1 euro per child) ·

With post horn and letter: Off to the mail coach!

A very special excursion before the summer holidays: First you go to the museum, where there are lots of things to discover, then the children take a tour of the museum in the historic stagecoach. The coachman holds the reins of the two strong horses firmly in his hand. This is how letters and people used to be: What an experience!
The detailed program: Questions are waiting to be attuned in the museum, which are explored with all senses: What is a post horn and how do you blow it? Why is it still on every mailbox today? How can you recognize the Postillion from before and what does the postman look like today? What is a uniform and how is it to wear something like that? Then we look at the model of a stagecoach, it was on the road before there were cars. This is where older pupils can uncover the secret of the coachman’s technical terms: sometimes hey, sometimes hott? What is kickback and what is a free-rider? Has only one coachman up on the yellow car the reins in hand?
The carriage model takes the group or class back on a journey through time: the children write or paint a letter as in the past with goose quill and ink. The young traveler folded the finished document because paper was very valuable until about 150 years ago and was not wasted on an envelope. Finally, the stagecoach takes off across the street to the outdoor area of ​​the DB Museum. While half of the class drives in the stagecoach, the others seal their letter with wax, candle and a real certificate.
Registration: Telephone 0911 230 88-230 or email mkn.anmeldung @

60 minutes35 euros

Trari, trara, the post is here!

An offer for the Clever Kids campaign of the Nürnberger Nachrichten, now bookable for everyone: the newspaper also has its place in the museum. But how did newspapers come about? On this excursion into history, we see handwritten newspaper letters and learn why the post was so important for the emergence of the press and the news services. We walk in the footsteps of history, write and paint letters as we used to and try our hand at the pneumatic post as a messenger.

60 minutes35 euros


A walk through the museum around hearing and speaking with lots of hands-on ideas. Our exciting voyage of discovery takes us from the eardrum through singing glasses to the membrane in the microphone and from Phone to cell phone. We experiment with sound waves and discover that you can not only hear them, but also feel and see them. And how do the sounds get into the cable? We test telephony
with twine and can or garden hose and funnel. After all, we build our own “hearing aid” and, incidentally, learn to pronounce the difficult word communication.


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