We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
As your tour this place you can’t imagine how so many people could get behind such a movement. The grounds are massive and what’s strange is there’s a very peaceful walk along a lake there that can help you reflect on everything. It’s kind of...More
This was a place we really wanted to experience, and were not disappointed. The girl at the Info Desk was extremely helpful with tips and even called a taxi for us. Much appreciated! The architecture is still impressive after so many years. Some of it...More
Difficult to rate this survey. Great that it still stands for history sake as to what took place in the frightening past. It was very concerning of what the actual moments of thoughts were, of those 500,000 youths, rallying in these very real Nazi Party...More
Like Orwell books could be in live. BUT still not, even this was really happened with Germans and with us. THe park and lakes and the little tour there is agreat pleasure even you could catch a bite of history.
They did an awesome job with the museum. It really gives life to how the Nazi party grew and took hold of the country. I learned a lot of facts I never knew. If you are into WWII history, it's worth checking out the museum...More
At the end of the visit to the Dokumentationszentrum you go onto a catwalk over the unfinished site of the Nazi Rally Grounds. Imagine the building half again as high with a roof over the center. Then put 50,000 party faithful in it. Today thankfully...More
It was quite surreal as we walked around the Congress building. The huge walls which is incomplete somehow reminded me of the colosseum in Rome. So much history around this area. Different stations with different historic landmarks of Hitler back in the day.
The building was never completed, but had it been its dimensions would have been staggering. The outer walls are clad in granite, while some 20 million bricks comprise the inner wall. It apparently symbolises the insignificance of the individual in the ethos of the Nazi...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.