NS-Dokumentationszentrum Muenchen, Munich

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  • This was such a humbling experience. We learned so much and will return during our next visit to Munich.  more »
  • The museum was clearly laid out with very clear information. Fascinating account of the rise of the Nazis, clearly showing how it happened. This is not a place for just recounting the horror (though.....  more »
  • Fascinating insight into life in Munich during the world war and the rise of socialism documented in film and photos. Stumbled across this museum by chance and glad I visited  more »
  • Entrance was free. You can get audio guides in different languages. If you are interested in the dark history of Germany this is a really good place to go. Really good to raise awareness and well documented.
  • Very well organized and very well presented. Lots of strong information and no cost to visit. If I had time, I'd do one floor a day for four days.
  • Everyone should go here, I mean EVERYONE, no matter what age, young kid to your grand parents. Incredibly well curated with a cohesive timeline of events, which subjectivity you can draw incredible parallels with today's current climate. This history is incredibly important, and must be recognised by everyone. I implore you if you still reading my review to go if you are in Munich. There seriously is no excuse because it cost nothing to find out more about this dark moment in human current history, and let it never happen again.
  • This is a hard subject to treat well because it's so charged. This museum does an excellent job of drawing the different threads together and weaving them into a coherent, understandable whole. The treatment is even and measured, and it draws parallels between what happened then and things that are happening now. In my opinion, it succeeds in the primary purpose of museums; using the past to teach us lessons about ourselves and our role in the present.
  • If you miss the WW1&2 History lessons in school, this is the best place to visit. Informative and worth spending hours reading and listening. I need to go back there again.

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