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The Nazis chose Nuremberg to be the site of the Nazi Party Rallies. The still unfinished Congress Hall on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds now houses the Documentation Center. The 1,300 square meter "Fascination and Terror" exhibition examines...more
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This museum is housed in one of the structures built by the Nazi party. The coliseum like building has on part of the top floor an addition where the collection is. There are audio tours in English and you go at your own pace. This...More
We found our way to the Center by taking one of the public transportation trams just outside the Tourist Office. It took about 15 minutes to get there. We arrived early in the day and it was not crowded. By the time we left, bus...More
This is another part of history and the story of Hitler. If you are doing a day trip to Nuremberg from Munich. You can fit in quite a few exhibits in one day
This one is well done with audio and walk through
I thoroughly enjoyed the 2 hours I spent there. To me, the emphasis of all the exhibits was on how propaganda in various mediums was used. It's not an all encompassing review of National Socialism during that time so I disagree with a previous review...More
We enjoyed going through parts of the museum but left because it was a very whitewashed version of what Nuremburg represented during WWII. In fact, when we online to find the address, we were sent to a site on all the better museums to see...More
The documentation centre covers Hitler's path to power and has a special focus on the use of the Party Rally Grounds for all sorts of festivities. The aftermath in the form of the Nuremberg trials is also covered. The centre is built inside the Nazi...More
What an excellent building to educate yourself on how Hitler and the Nazi party started and how it was “finished”. So we’ll done. An easy trip on the rail line outside the wall. A must if you are in Nuremberg.
A lot of information here, will take you about 2 hours to go through. With the 6 euro admission comes a listening device with multiple language translations to use as you go through the exhibit.
The chronology and details of the rise of the Nazi...More