Regiomontanus-Sternwarte and its collection


The Regiomontanus-Sternwarte Nürnberg is an astronomical observatory, aimed primarily at the public teaching of astronomy. It is located at the second highest point of the Nuremberg metropolitan area, the Rechenberg, in the St. Jobst district at about 338 meters. All the activities of the observatory are organized by volunteers of the Astronomical Association of Nuremberg. Throughout the year the range of activities includes lessons, evening NAA meetings, guided tours with observations and numerous special events.

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Regiomontanusweg 1
90491 Nuremberg

Visitor information Regiomontanus-Sternwarte

Opening hours

The guide times depend on the seasonal twilight beginning.
January at 19:00 o'clock
February at 19:00 o'clock
March at 20:00 o'clock
April at 21:00 o'clock
May at 22:00 o'clock
June at 22:00 o'clock
July at 22:00 o'clock
August at 22:00 o'clock
September at 21:00 o'clock
October at 20:00 o'clock
November at 19:00 o'clock
December at 19:00 o'clock

Sky tours with telescope observations are held every Friday and Saturday only with starry skies.




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Regiomontanusweg 1, Nuremberg

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