Home to the Nazi Party Rally Grounds (Reichsparteigelande), the city of Nuremberg played a key role in Adolf Hitler’s rule. Here are a few ways to explore the rise and fall of the Third Reich, and see how world history was made in Nuremberg.
Gain insight into Third Reich history and the infamous Nazi rallies held in Nuremberg between 1933 and 1945.
Discover key sites of interest including Great Street (Grosse Strasse), designed by architect Albert Speer to be the central axis of the Nuremberg parade grounds.
Visit the half-finished Congress Hall, a building Hitler planned to use for party meetings with other Nazi leaders and officials.
See the Third Reich buildings where Hitler inspected members of the SS, the Nazi Party’s paramilitary organization.
Learn about the Nuremberg Trials, a series of tribunals that took place in the city after World War II to prosecute prominent members of Nazi Germany for the war crimes they committed.
Visit the Documentation Center, a Nazi Party Rally Grounds museum with exhibits on key wartime and postwar events—including the Nuremberg Trials—and their place in the histories of Germany and Europe.