This is my second post on Nürnberg. For information related to train stations, bus stations, and hostel reviews, check here.
Doku Zentrum (Documentation Center and former Nazi Party rally grounds)
All information related to DZ can be found on the website for Nürnberg museums here. Tickets for adults cost €5,00 and include the audio guide. If you choose to pay an extra €2,50 for the Tagesticket (day ticket), you can visit all local municipal museums free of charge for the duration of that day. However, this concession is not available for holders of the Nuremberg Pass.
You can take the tram#9 from Nürnberg Hbf or tram#6 from Kohlenhof to reach DZ. The Haltestelle is right outside the building.
The entrance to The Documentation Center and (former) Nazi Party Rally Grounds. Follow my #wordpress blog for detailed information about #nürnberg attractions! Also, included is a DIY walking tour and hostel review. Check the link in the bio #nuremberg #deutschland #germany #wanderlust #traveldiaries #borntotravel #solotravel #travelonmymind #dokuzentrum
All information related to visiting hours, and admission fee can be found here. This surviving Nazi officials were prosecuted for their war crimes in this courtroom. Their contact details :
Memorium Nuremberg Trials
90429 Nuremberg, Germany
Tel : +49 (0)911 321 – 79 372
Fax : +49 (0)911 321 – 79 373
Albrecht Dürer’s House
You’ll probably discover this inconspicuous house as you walk around the town. It is right on A. Dürer Straße if you check your map. Guided tours are available in English at 2 pm on Saturdays. For more information, check here.
Next up: DIY walking tour in Nuremberg