From 2001 to December 2020, the 1,300-square-meter Permanent Exhibition titled "Fascination and Violence" explored the causes, background and effects of the National Socialist tyranny. More than 4 million people from all over the world visited over that time. Now the Documentation Center is being remodeled. For the duration of the construction work, the Rally Grounds' history will be recounted in a compact Interim Exhibition in the Large Exhibition Hall: "Nuremberg – Site of the Nazi Party Rallies. Staging, Experience and Violence." The Documentation Center will reopen with a new Permanent Exhibition in 2023.
You can still get a look at the former Permanent Exhibition, "Fascination and Violence" here:
Fiona Haberland provides a video guide to the various stations
Fascination and Violence – A Virtual Tour
Take a virtual tour of the former Permanent Exhibition
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When the "Fascination and Violence" Permanent Exhibition opened in 2001, it marked a milestone in the Culture of Remembrance in Nuremberg. The exhibition was the work of a long list of experts from academia and research, along with the museum and exhibition staff.
More about the former concept
Interim Exhibition: Nuremberg – Site of the Nazi Party Rallies
Keep an eye on the latest developments at the Documentation Center here.
Concept for the Interim Exhibition
Photos of dismantling the former Permanent Exhibition and the final touches on the Interim Exhibition