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Geschichte fur Alle

Nuremberg, Germany
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Graham J wrote a review Dec 2019
Townsville, Australia20 contributions28 helpful votes
We took a school group for a tour of the Nuremberg Rally Grounds with Emmanuel, who did a superb job. Despite the wind and rain, he kept our students engaged and gave incredible insights into the history of the site. He was clear, well-informed and enthusiastic. I have never had a bad tour with Geschichte für Alle, and this one certainly didn’t disappoint.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Claire C wrote a review Sep 2018
Sydney, Australia570 contributions259 helpful votes
2 hours with a very good guide in a comfortable bus. well explained and very well run. leaves the document centre at 2pm and returns at 4pm so you can return to the document centre after the tour which is well organised
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Joyce D wrote a review Feb 2018
Fairbanks, Alaska2 contributions1 helpful vote
I am reviewing the English language "Bus-Video-Tour From the Nazi Party Rally Grounds to the Nuremberg Trials" Saturday & Sunday 2:00-4:00 pm for 19 euros tour. I have gone on this tour twice now and although the guides certainly vary, the VALUE of the tour does not. If you are trying to thread together the three main Nazi history sites (Documentation Center, Nazi Rally Grounds, and the Nuremberg Trial Courtroom/Museum), there is no more affordable way to do so. You can buy your 19 euro tickets for this tour at the bus or you can buy it in advance from either of the two tourist offices in Nuremberg, either the one near the train station or the other at the Hauptmarkt (main market square) First, you should see the Documentation Center. Budget an hour or two. How to get there: turn right when you exit the train station and spot where the trams loop. There is a metal ticket machine. You want just need tickets within zone A, currently costing 2.75 euros. There are electronic signs cuing when and where Tram 8 to "Dokuzentrum" will arrive. Ride the tram about 9 stops to its last stop, the Dokuzentrum. Go in and pay 6 euros to see the Documentation Museum for an hour or two with an audioguide. Then around 1:30 pm? on Saturdays and Sundays, a BIG bus will be waiting to the left of the high set of stairs in front of the Documentation Center. In the fall/winter/spring, the 40+-seater bus is usually near empty (except during Christmas Market time). You have your ticket, but not a reserved seat. I always like to sit near the front to be able to see out the front windows, especially for the Great Road. You do want to be able to see and hear the TV screens that drop down from the ceiling. You will loop through the Congress Hall (where the Documentation Museum is housed), then the Zeppelin Field, and then the Great Road. I appreciated seeing the pictures and well-timed film clips as we drove. The guide explains things during the drive and cues the videoclips & photos. After you see the main Nazi Party Rally sites from the bus, they bring you to Courtroom 600 of the Nuremberg Trials at the Palace of Justice. Your guide will bring you to the courtroom itself and provide a short commentary on what happened there. Then it will be up to you to either get on the bus to ride back to the documentation center or stay to view the museum. This museum is usually another 6 euro entrance fee, but since it was included in your 19 euro ticket you paid so that you could see the courtroom, it's the most bang for your buck to stay. Go upstairs another floor and explore the museum with an audioguide for an hour or so. When you leave, you walk out to the main street and then go left for a block or two and there is a line U1 underground station there, Barenschanze. Pay the machine 3.10 euros to ride in the Langwasser Sud direction five stops to be back in the main train station, Hauptbahnhof. Total cost per person to see all three (Documentation Museum, Nazi Party Rally Ground, and Courtroom 600 and museum) from the main train station including transportation: 30.85 euros. To compare, if you have a group of 6, the Nuremberg Tours in English WW2 Combo at 275 euros for up to six people means it costs about 45 euros per person+9 euros entrances to the two museums using a combo ticket or 54 euros each, if you don't tip. On that tour, he does spend a total of four hours with you and you do see additional smaller Nazi Rally sites. He provides a whole lot more context and storytelling. If you are a real history buff, maybe that is worth it to you. If you are a group with fewer than six people, it is expensive. I have done both tours and you definitely get more detailed information on the other tour, but its expense is prohibitive. I bring my visiting friends on this tour.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Sadie64 wrote a review Sep 2017
Liverpool, United Kingdom67 contributions27 helpful votes
Approx. 2 hour bus tour starting from the Documentation Centre (easy to get to via No. 9 tram from outside Hauptbahnhof). You can buy the tour and tram tickets from the Tourist Information Centres. The tour bus drives you around the former National Socialist Party rally grounds, featuring video clips, and then takes you to visit the actual court room where the Nuremberg Trials were conducted. Our excellent tour guide, Werner, brought the history to life with his personal insight and illuminating and absorbing commentary. We have all seen the images on TV, but visiting these places in person is a very sobering and thought provoking experience. The tours were 2pm on Sat/Sun so we also visited the Documentation Centre for a couple of hours in the morning before the tour.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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gwhite2016 wrote a review May 2017
Manchester, United Kingdom30 contributions50 helpful votes
This was an excellent tour and one of which we would definitely recommend. The coach was most comfortable and clean and our guide most informative and helpful. The coach drove in and around the Nazi headquarters, finishing at the Court Room. Perhaps it would have been nice to have had more time at the headquarters itself and the court room but generally this trip was well worthwhile and whilst on the coach a video was playing of Hitler in the area we were visiting, which helped indeed to bring everything to life somewhat. The scale and enormity is something that will never leave us.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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