Some of Germany's most important relics of Nazi architecture are located in the southeast of Nuremberg. The incomplete ruin of the Congress Hall, the Great Road, and the remains of the Zeppelin Grandstand still bear witness today to the architectural planning for the Nazi Party Rallies and the propaganda expressed in architecture.
A tour of the grounds not only explains the megalomaniac architecture which was to serve as a backdrop for the party rallies and the function of the rallies as a gigantic propaganda show, it also explains how Nuremberg has dealt with its Nazi heritage.
Please note: This guided tour for groups may only be booked in combination with an independent visit to the exhibition.
Because of scheduled events, the site will be only partially open on certain days in June and July 2020. The exact dates will be announced well in advance.
The entire Documentation Center will still be open during these times.
- Target group:
School and university students, young people (up to 18 years of age), apprentices, members of police and German army, adults
|Format||Duration||Target group||Language||Participants (max)||Cost *|
|Guided Tours||120 minutes||A||en , fr , ru , es , pl , it||33||70,00 €||Enquiry|
|Guided Tours||120 minutes||B||en , fr , ru , es , pl , it||25||110,00 €||Enquiry|
- A = School and university students, young people (up to 18 years of age), apprentices, members of police and German army
- B = Adults and tourists
* All prices are plus Admission price