Due to construction work, the permanent exhibition of the Documentation Center is no longer accessible. Until 2024, housed in the large exhibition hall of the Documentation Center, the new interim exhibition "Nuremberg – Site of the Nazi Party Rallies. Staging, Experience and Violence" in German and English, provides a compact, detailed account of the history of the Nazi Party Rallies and the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds.
You can book educational programs at the Documentation Center Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds. Please follow the instructions regarding current rules on the pandemic and read the information about timing your visit, group size and target audience.
Please register via e-mail
Please remember to enter the following details:
- First and last name and name of the institution/ school
- Phone number
- Number of persons
- Grade/ age of participants
- Date of arrival
- Program title
The booking office will send you a booking confirmation.
For both simple museum visits and participation in indoor tours and events, admittance is generally permitted only for visitors who have been vaccinated, have recovered, or have recently tested negative. (Results from a fast antigen test are valid for 24 hours; a PCR test is valid for 48 hours, unfortunately, self-tests are not possible.) You will need to present documentation of your status at the ticket desk. There are exceptions for children under age 6 and for school children who are regularly tested at school (this also applies during school holidays).
Everyone age 6 or above is required to wear a mask indoors. The new mask standard is a medical (or "surgical") mask. You are no longer required to wear an FFP2 mask.
While visiting the Documentation Center, please don't forget to comply with the hygiene rules that apply everywhere.
Please contact the booking office