Nuremberg – Site of the Nazi Party Rallies
Guided Tour of the Documentation Center's Interim Exhibition
The new interim exhibition "Nuremberg – Site of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds. Staging, Experience and Violence" informs visitors about the causes, the context and the repercussions of the National Socialist reign of terror. It recounts German history of the period from a local perspective, supported by multiple biographies and contemporary witness reports that give visitors personal insights into the subject. The one-hour tour provides visitors with detailed information on the former Nazi Party Rallies and the history of the site from 1918 up to the present day. The main parts deal with the propaganda in the thirties and forced labourers and prisoners of war from 1939 to 45.
February 20, 2022, 11 a.m.
Registration by email is required to participate
Meeting Point: Ticket office and information desk of the Documentation Center at the driveway to the courtyard of the Congress Hall
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Important information for your visit to the Documentation Center
- 3 EUR, concessions 2 EUR (in addition to museum ticket)