The former Nazi Party rally grounds contain the most important remains of National Socialist architecture in Germany. The tour of this extensive area explains the use of megalomaniac architecture as a theatrical backdrop to large-scale propaganda ceremonies. In addition, it provides an account of the ways in which Nuremberg has dealt with its National Socialist legacy. A visit to the interior rooms of the Zeppelin Tribune, including the so-called "Golden Hall" concludes the tour.
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- Participants are required to bring a mask covering their mouth and nose.Wearing a mask is only requierd inside buildings.
- Comfortable shoes and weatherproof clothing recommended
Access to the "Golden Hall", is only available to tour participants. It is normally closed to the public. Free admission for children and under-18s. Reductions for pupils over 18, students, trainees, pensioners, disabled people and holders of the Nürnberg-Pass.
Meeting point: in front of the entrance to the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds
Costs: 9,50 € per person/ reduced 8,50 €
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Tourist Information
Operator: Geschichte Für Alle e. V.