Complex and detailed tour. Superb documentation. Extensive discussion on the legal concepts, logistics. Documentation of all the key participants and political issues.
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Visiting here is a must if you are in Nuremberg simply for its historic importance. Access is easy via the metro. The audio guides are realy ggod and helpful and the exhibition very informative.
The palace is huge and beautiful from outside. You can get a nice background landscape from pictures if you stand in front of the palace. I didn't enter the building, but the tourist guide told us there is a room where important people related to...More
When in Nuremberg it's a must to visit Palace of justice where Nuremberg trials against Nazi [prominent decision-makers were run by the allies. An important history lesson, not to be forgatten
While we did not get to take the inside tour, we were able to see the outside and read a few of the plaques inn the courtyard. We just did not have time to go inside and view everything due to the limited time on...More
This was another great museum piece in the WWII puzzle. It is fantastic. Be sure to grab a portable chair on the way in! Courtroom 600 was closed but we just pressed ‘600’ on our audio and listened anyway. It didn’t take away from the...More
Area was very busy with tourists and it was too early for us to go in. The outside area was very interesting and we would like to return in our own time, good boards outside to read. Has made me much more interested in war...More
This was a fantastic collection that walked you through many aspects of the trials from why it was selected, getting ready and then the trials themselves. It really explained the attempts to put rules and consequences around war. The audio at times was long but...More
12.12.17 It is refreshing to know that in the very courtroom justice was served on WWII war criminals and that sentences were carried out swiftly by hanging without any appeals process to drag it out. Justice was served here swiftly. Go visit understand the magnitude...More
History of any country is important - similarly - this place deserves a visit. Took the better part of a day - so keep plenty of time in hand for this.