Fascination and Terror

The virtual tour at the Documentation Center Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Fiona Haberland gives you a special virtual tour of the former permanent exhibition "Fascination and Terror" located in the Congress Hall which is now closed. She explains the rise of the Nazi power, the role of the Nazi Party Rallies in Nuremberg, the Nuremberg Race Laws and the buildings on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds. The tour ends with a sum-up of what happened in Nuremberg after the Second World War and why Hitler's architect Albert Speer was one of the main defendants in the Nuremberg Trial. The tour lasts twenty minutes and provides an overview of the exhibition.

Optionally, you can watch the long version (52 min)
Complete guided tour