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Nuremberg: Walking Tour of Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Nuremberg: Walking Tour of Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Experience a guided walking tour around the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, home to the first National Socialist architecture in Germany. Walk around the remains of the huge structures they built and hear the history behind the grounds from your guide. Visit the historic sites of the Congress Hall, Great Road, and Zeppelin Field. Understand the function and effect of their architecture, the staging of the Nazi Party Rally events, and the basic features of the National Socialist view of history. Learn about the other side of the concentration camp system and hear about mass-scale propaganda shows at Nazi Party Rallies. Discover the current discussion about the use of the site. Finish your tour with a visit of the Zeppelin Tribune, designed to hold up to 200,000 people. If you would like to participate with a group of 10 or more people, please contact us by e-mail at info@geschichte-fuer-alle.de Please note that no invoices can be issued for bookings made via Getyourguide. The booking confirmation serves as proof of payment

Nuremberg: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Nuremberg: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Enjoy a day of city-sightseeing in Nuremberg in the comfort of a hop-on hop-off double-decker bus. See the city’s most famous monuments and buildings from great vantage points and learn about the city’s rich history. Sit back and relax and enjoy the 2-hour circuit as your guide entertains you with fascinating information about the popular attractions and the 1,000-year history of Frankonia's metropole. Benefit from the flexibility to hop-on or hop-off anytime at any of the 6 stops along the tour route. You will see that, besides gingerbread and fried sausages, Nuremberg has so much more to offer.

Nuremberg: WWII Tour, Courtroom 600 and 3rd Reich Sites

Nuremberg: WWII Tour, Courtroom 600 and 3rd Reich Sites

Contemplate the past on this WWII history walking tour in Nuremberg. Discover historic sites like the Luitpold Arena and the Nuremberg Congress Hall, the the biggest preserved national socialist monumental building.  Be picked up from your accommodation in Nuremberg in a comfortable vehicle and taken to the starting point of your tour. View the Nuremberg Palace of Justice and purchase a ticket to Courtroom 600 where the International Military Tribunal tried Nazi war criminals. Stroll through the southeast corner of Nuremberg where there are still structures standing from the Nazi regime. View the immense proportions of the Nuremberg Congress Hall which still serves as a vivid testimony to the megalomania of the National Socialist party. View the Nazi rally grounds of Zeppelin field and the Luitpold Arena which was meant to be an impressive backdrop for party rallies. Pass by the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds Museum. Return to your accommodation after your tour.

Nuremberg: Self-guided Tour former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Nuremberg: Self-guided Tour former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Explore the Nazi Party Rally Grounds with this self-guided tour. You will learn a lot about the history of the site and its peaceful use today. The area is now a large park and lake landscape that the people of Nuremberg enjoy using in their leisure time. It covers an area of 11 square kilometres, which is roughly seven times the size of Nuremberg's old town. You will get to know the main facilities and buildings. Start at the Documentation Centre and visit the inner courtyard of the Congress Hall, the Große Straße, the Silbersee and the Zeppelinfeld. Frrom there the route leads to the arcades of the Congress Hall and Luitpoldhain. The Nazi Party Rally Grounds are easily accessible by public transport. There are numerous parking spaces around the Documentation Centre. The grounds are extensive and the tour offers a lot of information about the respective sites. There are also toilet facilities and several refreshment stands where you can get a drink or a snack. The tour is also suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, although the main stand at Zeppelinfeld is only accessible via stairs. Learn about the history of this place and experience the vastness of the grounds on a walk. The tour is a great way to get outside and discover new things with family, friends or on your own. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On site or even from the comfort of your sofa. *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking.

Nuremberg Tour - Half day

Nuremberg Tour - Half day

Firstly, you will visit the Tiergärtnertor gate which is part of the Nuremberg city wall. The name of the gate has its origin due to a former game reserve of the burgrave in the nearby moat. Here, you will see the main gate of Nuremberg towards the northwest. It is the entrance to the old city and is located in one of the most beautiful squares of the city. Secondly, you will be visiting the half-timbered house known as Albrecht Durer's House which was the home of German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer from 1509 until his death in 1528. The House lies in the extreme north-west of Nuremberg. The next destination will be the Nuremberg Castle which is a group of medieval fortified buildings on a sandstone ridge dominating the historical center. Here, you will see one of Europe's most formidable medieval fortifications which include the Castle itself along with city walls. Walk by the Nuremberg Town Hall which is located in the Old Town. It is one of the city's attractions to the historic mile of Nuremberg. Then, you'll be visiting the Handwerkerhof which was created in 1971 as a tourist attraction in the so-called "Armory" of the women's gate of the last Nuremberg city fortification. It is located on the old town entrance "Königstor" and is a popular tourist destination in Nuremberg. You will be astonished when you see the church tower of Frauenkirche which is 115.6 meters (379 ft) in height. Here, you will see the tallest structure in the city and the second tallest brickwork tower in the world. Finally, you will visit the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds. The campus covers about 11 square kilometers in the southeast. Here is the site where six of the Nazi party rallies were held between 1933 and 1938.

Nuremberg Nazi Rally Grounds and Old Town Tour from Munich

Nuremberg Nazi Rally Grounds and Old Town Tour from Munich

Take a train journey from Munich to Nuremberg and join a 5-Star Local Guide on the streets of the Old Town and the infamous Nazi Party Rally Grounds to see historic sites that bore witness to the rise and fall of the Nazi Party. Learn about the events and personalities that shaped the history of the Third Reich and discover the secrets of Nuremberg! Choose the 7–hour option to see the highlights of Nuremberg. For your convenience, this tour includes round-trip train tickets from Munich to Nuremberg as well as all necessary public transport tickets, so you don't have to worry about planning the itinerary yourself. Upon arrival at the Nuremberg Central Station, you will meet your Private Guide and set off on a guided walking tour of this historic city. The tour will focus on places related to Adolf Hitler, the Nazi Party and World War II. You will visit to the infamous Nazi Party Rally Grounds, where the Nazi Party organized annual mass parades from 1933 to 1939. See the monumental Congress Hall, which is the largest preserved National Socialist building and learn about Nuremberg’s role as the host of Nazi propaganda events. Another highlight will be the Old Town with its medieval and Gothic monuments, such as the Church of St. Laurence, Fleischbrücke, Frauenkirche, Schöner Brunnen, and more. Choose the 9-hour to enrich your Nuremberg experience with a visit to the Courtroom 600 in the Palace of Justice. This is where the Nuremberg Trials took place, during which many prominent German Nazi politicians and military leaders were tried for the Holocaust and other war crimes. This extended tour includes tickets to the Nuremberg Trials Memorial, so you can visit the historic courtroom and learn more about one of the most important trials of our time.

Nuremberg: Bus VR Tour former Nazi party rally grounds

Nuremberg: Bus VR Tour former Nazi party rally grounds

Upcoming public Bus VR Tours: • Sunday, 21st July • Sunday, 25th August • Sunday 29th September With the help of virtual reality (VR), the tour offers unique insights into the history of the former Nazi party rally grounds in Nuremberg - directly on site. No matter whether you are curious, interested in technology, education or culture: The approx. 90-minute Bus VR Tour offers everyone a special form of a sightseeing tour and is absolutely unique in Nuremberg. Exclusive and exceptional insights into the history of the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg, Germany are guaranteed! Starting with a coach at the congress hall, a tour guide from Geschichte Für Alle e.V. will take you across the zeppelin grandstand to the great street and the german stadium. In addition to the communicated background information at each of the locations, additional and supplementary VR content is visualized. All Bus VR Tours start and end in front of the information / cash register container to the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds at Bayernstr. 110, 90478 Nuremberg, Germany.

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What people are saying about Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Overall rating

4.4
(5 reviews)

Super informative. The guide Mr. Markert (?) was not at a loss for questions, very confident and competent. Thanks again.

A nice friendly atmosphere and a good speaker. Clear, lots of back ground and the chance to ask questions. A good pace!

Very informative and interesting- Anne was fantastic at explaining the history - I learned so much

Great tour, lots of good information about the city and a super great bus driver

Everything was great. If possible, there could be more things to touch/grasp.