We visited in June 2014. The centre itself houses a very good exhibition outlining the rise and fall of the Nazis, as well as the role Nuremberg played during these times. Included in the entrance fee is an audio guide, which provides comprehensive information on all the exhibits. It's a fairly normal set-up here, with themed rooms taking you through the chronology of the Nazis from the 1920s through to the Nuremberg Trials. The videos around the museum were particularly good. I really liked the emphasis on Nuremberg's role in the rise of the Nazis, and it was chilling to see videos of the Nazis parading through the streets we had visited earlier in the day. You can also see the remains of all the sites the Nazis used for their rallies here, which was again interesting. Only downsides perhaps were that it took a very long time to go around the exhibit if you listen to all the audio guide information, as there is no written English translation. Also, if you already have some understanding and knowledge of this period of German history, you might find some of the exhibits and audio guide information quite basic, but the Nuremberg city and trials-related information was excellent.
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