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A fascinating visit, documenting the history of the infamous Nuremberg trials, post WW2. For €6 pick up a guide in your own language and progress through the various rooms at your own pace. Information overload!
This museum is housed in the build which contains room 600 (Saal 600), the room in which the Nuremberg trials took place. The museum is located one floor above the court room. It has incredibly detailed analysis of the whole trials process from inception to...More
We went to this exhibit and it was very interesting that the court room is still used today for trials. Our guide was fabulous - I don’t recall her name but she had an Irish accent. She was very knowledgeable and kept a very somber...More
Unfortunately when we visited here yesterday, the courtroom was closed, but the remainder of the exhibition was open.
We needed the audio guides, as everything was in German. Each exhibit bore a number. Entering the number into the device played an audio description and a...More
This trial took about a year to complete and was critical in establishing worldwide wartime accountability. We were fortunate that we had access to the courtroom, and we had a tour guide to explain what went on during that 1945-46 trial.
The Nuremberg Museum requires a lot of patience to travel through the history of the trials and things leading up to and through WWII. The great thing is that its an inexpensive tour that can be self-guided or guided and offers audio for each of...More
Very straight forward museum filled with facts from post-WWII trials. This is great to tour if you're into data however there is minimal artifacts. You'll have the opportunity to see the actual courtroom used for the trials to include black and white video footage from...More
It is just incredible to visit the courtroom of the Nürnberger Trials and it gives a feeling hard to describe. However, the exhibition does not show many artefacts, and instead, offers a ton to read or listen to (with audio guide) which I can do...More