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“Historical visit”

Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds)
Ranked #12 of 147 things to do in Nuremberg
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Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

Can walk round the grounds. After hearing the documentary within the museum it is worth seeing after. Would recommend

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Reviewed 22 October 2017 via mobile

To get to the Doku Zentrum or the Nazi Rallying grounds, get the No 36 bus outside the Hotel Sorat every 20 mins. Buy a day bus/team/S and U-Bahn ticket for two at the tourist office in the main square for 11.90 on Saturday and it covers Sunday as well. Great value for money because the same ticket is valid for travel to the airport from U2 at the main line station.

The view inside the unfinished monument is nothing special but it’s exterior is more impressive as you walk towards the rallying grounds. You will see that it is built in the shape of a Roman colosseum.

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Reviewed 22 October 2017

I didn't actually get to go inside the museum however what an interesting, sad place. My German friend brought me here and told me all about it. There are boards inside with all the details of history written on it (in English too).
You don't need to book any tour if you are on a tight budget, my friend just drove in and we got out to read the boards and looked. Drive in by the entrance/main doors to the Opera House (looks like a service entrance).

Thank Sandra245
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Reviewed 22 October 2017 via mobile

This excellent exhibition follows how Hitler came to power and the results of his megalomania. Footage of the march through Nürnberg and the film of the rallies stirred emotions.

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Reviewed 22 October 2017

Anyone of a certain age visiting Nuremberg will know the great significance of this place and the part it played in the lead up to the Second World War and its aftermath. Just standing where thousands of Nazi soldiers marched on parade in front of Adolf Hitler is very surreal and seeing where 500000 members of the Nazi Party glorified their leader every year this rally took place is just mindblowing. The parade ground has many wire fences for safety reasons but they make the atmosphere even more horrifying. A must see site just to understand 20th century history.

Thank GRAHAM C
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