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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
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
This sombre place is steeped with history and it gives a unbiased factual account of the Nuremberg trials and the trials after.
The price to get in is worth every cent! Included is a portable audio guide and the displays are memorable and informative.
After completing our AmaWaterways cruise, we explored Nuremberg with our wonderful guide, Ruth Hapke from Wisconsin. We decided against visiting nearby Dachau. Simply too depressing for my taste; however, we needed to visit the Nuremberg Palace of Justice (Justizpalast), a building complex constructed from 1909...More
We would definitely recommend this if you have some time in Nuremberg. It really gives you an appreciation of what happened. All information is in German so you need to use the audio guide if you can't read German (like us)!
After visiting Dachau on the way to Nuremberg this was a satisfying visit. Exhibits are well done and full and we spent 3 full hours here. I added to my understanding of WWII history and especially on a Monday when so many other sites are...More
Other than to see the now re-renovated, working court house you may as well just watch a documentary regarding the trials. Check first the court room is not in use before you visit. Too read all the information boards and listen to the audio guide...More
This is exhibition chronicles the Nuremberg Trails
It is Court Room 600 which is still in active use today so you may not be able to see it
So would recommend a weekend visit when court is not in session
It is truly a fantastic...More