Memorium Nuremberg Trials reopened!

Memorium Nuremberg Trials is reopened. You can find more details on this site.

Visitors to the Memorium must comply with the applicable rules for hygiene and social distancing, which are intended to protect both visitors and staff. Visitors must wear a mask covering nose and mouth and are strongly urged to follow the museum’s hygiene rules. Please also note that the entrance arrangements have changed. You'll find an explanation when you arrive.

Rules for hygiene and social distancing due to the coronavirus mean that there may be a wait for admission, because building occupancy numbers are limited and there are special admission regulations. There will be no public guided tours or special events. Some of the media stations in the exhibition are closed.

If you feel ill, or have had contact with someone with a case of COVID-19 during the past 14 days, please be considerate of the need for general protection against this infection and cancel or reschedule your plans to visit the Memorium.

At the moment and until further notice, there will be no special events or public guided tours, because of official limitations on contact. We are doing all we can to reschedule planned events to a later date, or to offer a digital substitute. But organizational circumstances unfortunately make this impossible for some events. We will keep you informed of the current status of special events at
Events calendar

We offer a new program for groups during the Corona Pandemic:
The Palace of Justice and the Nuremberg Trials. Tour around the historic venue

No educational programs will be held as long as the official limitations on contact still apply. Unfortunately there is no way for us to determine a date yet for when our programs will be able to resume. If you have already booked an educational program at our facility for a date when the official contact limitations are still in effect, there is no need for you to do anything. We will cancel all programs from our end. There will be no charge. We will send you an email in good time with the cancellation notice. Our reservations are being processed in chronological order, so please be patient.

At the moment, we also cannot make firm appointments for our regular educational programs and guided tours. If you are interested in visiting later this year, however, please do email us so that we can tentatively reserve a date. We will send you an informal confirmation that we have received your inquiry. As soon as we know a firm, exact date when the official contact limitations will be lifted, we can begin processing the backlog of tentative reservations in chronological order, and will send you a firm confirmation of your booking.

Please be aware that a confirmation that we have received your booking request is not yet a binding booking! Please wait for your booking confirmation.

For groups, unfortunately we cannot take any reservations at the moment for visiting the exhibitions using an audio guide. If you are interested in visiting later this year, however, please do email us so that we can tentatively reserve a date. We will keep you posted about current developments here on our website. There is no charge for canceling an audio guide reservation.

Audio guides cannot be reserved for individual visitors. Because of current contact limitations, no more than 50 people at a time may be present in the exhibition at the Memorium Nuremberg Trials, and no more than 10 people at a time may be present in Room 600. You may encounter a wait.