Memorium Nuremberg Trials, Nuremberg

Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Nov 1st to March 31st 10am to 6 pm, Tuesdays closed; April 1st to Oct 31st Monday, Wednesday to Friday 9am to 6 pm, Saturday, Sunday 10am to 6pm, Tuesdays closed. For accurate opening dates and times, as well as other information, please check official website. Take a look at our Nuremberg online day trip planner to schedule your visit to Memorium Nuremberg Trials and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • An absolute must see! More importantly, an absolute must never forget these horrors that took place in Germany and the bringing to justice of the evil that men do. My wife and I spent several hours...  more »
  • Wow, this museum is worth the visit. It is extremely informative and the exhibit is well done. It was very surreal experience sitting in the court room where the trail took place. I would highly...  more »
  • The visit is composed of two sections - room 600 where the processes took place & a full floor presenting facts on the persons involved and the war history.  more »
  • This museum lights the time period during world war 2. This place was used for a court for senior soldiers. There are a lot of impressive story. You can increase your knowledge by listening the stories.
  • The museum tells a very detailed story on the WW2 trials and everyrhing that followed them up until the present day. On top of it, the hall where the main events took place is perfectly reconstructed. It all lets you experience the scope and the importance of the trials.
  • I would say that this place comes together with doku center and should be visited in one day. Connection with public transport between this to places is great. And I would recommend a daily ticket for transportation and combo tickets for museums
  • Captivating and in depth view of these famous trials. It raised so many questions about justice, process and history that I still think about it although I visited months ago. The neighborhood around here is also very cool. Make sure to see the historic courtroom.
  • Must visit for adults and children from 12 y.o. Plan at least 2-3 hours due to lots of information to listen. Audio guide is included in the ticket. And start from the upper level with the exhibition, then at finish go to the Courtroom 600 - so the effect will be maximal.

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