Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende, Nuremberg

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Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende, Nuremberg - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Bayernstrasse 110, 90478 Nuremberg,Bavaria, Germany

Phone: +49-9112315666

Ticket Price: 5 EUR

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Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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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 Opening and Closing 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
  • Sarocha
  • Caferteria Massa-Kaufhaus
  • Gaststaette Bahnhof Dutzendteich
  • Lavash Restaurant
  • Subway
  • Duck & Curry

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Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelaende, Nuremberg Reviews - Write a Review

  • Very well organized with well lit displays. Spacious for comfortable walk throughs. The glass panels in some displays are angled to avoid glare/reflections, great for both viewing and taking photos. English speaking staff and audio guide. Cafe serves decent coffees and cakes.

  • Stunningly thorough, even-handed, and unflinching view of how millions of Germans handed complete power to Adolph Hitler, creating a 12-year evil that continues to shake and challenge our world. Information is engagingly presented using films and artifacts of the time. English headphones are easily available and easy to use. The one area missing is the churches' involvement - exhibits appear completely silent on the resistance (and compliance) of the Catholic, Lutheran, Jehovah's Witness, etc faith groups. Still - this is not to be missed! Fascinating. Accurate. Props. Chills.

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  • Personally I liked more compared to the palace of justice. The proposed path is complete and well done. Interesting details about the Nazi town planning project in Nuremberg. Luckily never completed.

  • Good place to know history... the best to know some information. Incredible feeling staying there... Awful idea of building, but good to learn to the future.

  • They have audio tours in English, there is a lot of information as well. My 6 year old made it about 3/4 of the way before he was done. He enjoyed the audio tour. The area around is worth exploring. It's amazing how larege the structures are. To see a part of history and to touch it was a humbling feeling, we left having a great conversation about WW2 with our son. I'm very glad the citizens decided to keep the building preserved and not destroyed. It's a good and valuable history lesson.

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