Dokumentationszentrum ReichsparteitagsgelaendeCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Bayernstrasse 110, 90478 Nuremberg,Bavaria, Germany, 90478
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-9112315666
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Tags: Museum, Landmark, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum, Landmarks
Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende - Review
This museum is located in the north wing of the unfinished remains of the Congress Hall of the former Nazi Party rallies. A trip to the permanent exhibition “Fascination and Terror” gives you a glimpse of the causes, connections and the consequences of the Nazi party in Germany. Along with this, you also get to learn about the history of Nazi Rally ground. You can even take part in the educational program offering in depth study programs on various topics of special interest.
Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende Information
- Groups should book their tickets for a visit to the permanent exhibition in advance to avoid being waiting for a long time.
- The entrance fee includes an audio guide (in languages like German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Polish) for the permanent exhibition.
- Written exhibition in Czech and Chinese are available at the ticket office.
- By paying additional 2.50€ you can use the entrance ticket as a day ticket. You can use this day ticket to visit all the other museums for free on the same day.
- This day ticket is not applicable for holders of Nuremberg Pass and school students visiting their school classes.
- This day ticket does not include special guided tour.
- Annual Season Tickets are applicable for visiting all Nuremberg Municipal museums for a year, starting from the day of issue.
- Personalized annual season tickets are available at the ticket offices.
- Parking space is available adjacent to the Congress Hall.
- For educational programme, you need to make an appointment atleast 2 weeks before the desired date.
- You can make the payment in cash, ec cash or bank cards.
- Pets are not allowed except for guide dogs for the blind.
Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende Hours
- Last admission to the place is allowed till 5pm.
How To reach Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende by Public Transport
- Tram 9: stop Doku-Zentrum
- Bus 36, 55, 65 and get off at stop Doku-Zentrum
- S-Bahn S2: stop Dutzendteich Bahnhof
- Public transport – Motorway A3/ A9: intersection Nürnberg-Nord, exit N-Fischbach, Motorway A6/ A73: intersection Nürnberg-Süd, exit N-Zollhaus
Restaurants Near Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende
There is a cafe named "Cafe im Dokuzentrum” in the foyer of the Documentation Centre.
- Gutmann am Dutzendteich
- Strandhaus am Dutzendteich
- Caferteria Massa-Kaufhaus
- Gaststaette Bahnhof Dutzendteich
- Lavash Restaurant
- Duck & Curry
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Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende, Nuremberg Reviews
Visit made last week. This was a comprehensive and fascinating exhibition and I learned a lot more about the years leading up to the outbreak of WW II than I knew before. Do allow a good 3 hours. My only slight disappointment was the congress hall at the end. There seemed to be only one vantage point - a catwalk high up above ground level. On the ground, the area seems to be used for the storage of various things including vehicles and other junk. It would be better to clear the site and enable people to finish their tour on the ground of this building that was never finished. They could set up "stations" which visitors can walk around so they can understand this building a lot better. We went on to look at the Zeppelin Field where Hitler held many of his rallies. Again a bit disappointed that this area has been left to crumble and become overgrown with vegetation, with a random mixture of roads, a car racing track and playing fields randomly spread across the area. I think it's possible to preserve history without glorifying it. Nevertheless a very eerie atmosphere on a grey evening and the stand from where Hitler delivered his many speeches served as a chilling reminder of the events that took place 80 years ago. Thoroughly recommend a visit to the whole complex.
The museum was very educational. As a person that studied history I still learned things here. I also really enjoyed the fact that they had a section on the trials for the far East. We got to the museum early and was concerned that we were in the wrong place. If you are at the corner of a side street and there is an entrance to parking lot and an it looks like a side entrance. You are in the right place. There is a sign that says entrance. The picture below is the entrance from inside the gate.
Really informative, good layout, lots to see. Can take a while so worth visiting at least twice. The free audio guides are good. Worth spending two hours minimum here and taking some time to visit the lake and rally ground area.
Very well curated and thought out museum. It is full of text and images. Audio tours are offered in many languages which enhance the experience. The museum offers an interesting insight into the events it covers and documents everything extremely well. A good educational experience.
I think it's a best place where you can learn about Hitler and Germany during his rule. They have Audio devices which explain about each incident from scratch. These devices are available in different languages. People who have keen interest in the History during the Hitler's rule must visit this place. They have certain sections with assigned numbers and you have to click the number on the audio device for that section to hear more about it. Meanwhile you can have a look at the pictures, posters and videos of that section for better understanding. It might take a good long hours if you want to understand each part of it in detail otherwise you can skip few parts and continue. There is a also a small cafeteria and washroom facility inside the Documentation center.