PTO German National Museum Visit


This past Tuesday the PTO organized another successful parent excursion to the German National Museum in Nuremberg.

Upon arrival, we were met by a very charismatic and informative English-speaking tour guide who led us through some of the museum’s most prominent permanent exhibits and provided wonderful backstories and histories of select items. The group was able to view paintings by Albrecht Durer and Rembrandt, wood carvings by Veit Stoss and the “Oldest Surviving Terrestrial Globe” by Martin Behaim from 1492.

After the guided tour, participants were able to have some free time to walk around and experience many of the other exciting exhibits the museum has to offer. At the conclusion of our museum visit, many parents joined us for lunch where we had the opportunity to become more acquainted with each other while enjoying fantastic food in a relaxing atmosphere before heading back to the FIS in time for afternoon pick-up.

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