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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 place is a very moving one packed full of history exhibits, movies and pictures. Some part of the exhibition are difficult to watch but it show the importance of us understanding what happened during the war
I walked here from the train station near old town. About a 3 mile walk. This building is just a small part of the complex. This is a museum and if you don't speak German you will need the little player to explain the pictures...More
At our age we have all seen enough Nazi WW2 stuff but this museum so well put together and applicable in our current times about rise of the nationalist fervour that was Nazi Germany and so apparent elsewhere today
Not a place that is a happy visit but a good history reminder. It was a dark time in our history. I have visited many of these sites and it’s hard to explain the feeling you get walking through these areas.
Again the documentation centre was included in a city tour by our river cruise company and is certainly worth seeing. You should plan several hours as our tour lasted only an hour and we could have stayed longer. The exhibits are well done and do...More
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