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I have a love of 20th Century history so a visit to this was a must for me. I wasn't disappointed either. I took an organised tour here but returned the next day to take photos without the time pressures a tour gives you. I...More
The rally grounds also contain the unfinished Congress Hall and Documentation Centre.
It was within the grounds that the Nazi Party held their rallies to further the causes of National Socialism. You can also view the Zepplin field. Within the documentation centre [an audio guide...More
After touring the documentation center a short walk to take a 5 minute glimpse into this space and FEEL the history of the space as shown in some of the pictures and videos at the documentation center,
Easy to get to as it is a way outside the city centre. we took bus 36 which drops you right outside. Admission price included a handset in a choice of languages very reasonable for E6.50. My daughter and I spent a good few hours...More
This site and others were included in a city tour by our river cruise company and as the guide suggested, it and Zeppelin Field should not be considered shrines, but stark reminders of the past. We shouldn't forget why these places were built.
I don’t usually go out of my way to get depressed while on vacation, but the documentation center is so important that I wish everyone could go there. Mainly through original films, it documents the rise of Hitler. Yes, it can, and probably will happen...More
If you are interested in history, this is a must see. Not for the feint of heart as there are many disturbing displays. A dark time in human history. The museum is well set up with audio tour devices, short films and pictures from the...More
We did go on the tour and found it very interesting. Our guide was a professor from the university and was well versed in the history of WW II. I am not sure about the audio guides. Our tour was arranged through our cruise... More
We did go on the tour and found it very interesting. Our guide was a professor from the university and was well versed in the history of WW II. I am not sure about the audio guides. Our tour was arranged through our cruise line.