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Munich Documentation Centre

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Lessons from the past

For a 5 EUR entry fee you can spend hours here. It was never going to be the most pleasant museum... read more

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Amanda W
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Low price for high quality experience

Shows the gradual rise of Hitler and those who fought against him. Lots of details and personal... read more

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29.11.17 - 2.4.18: Sonderausstellung: Nie wieder. Schon wieder. Immer noch. Rechtsextremismus in Deutschland seit 1945 Veranstaltungen (falls nicht anders angegeben, immer um 19:00 Uhr im Auditorium des NSD): Do 11.1.18 Podiumsdiskussion...more
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Brienner Str. 34, 80333 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed yesterday

For a 5 EUR entry fee you can spend hours here. It was never going to be the most pleasant museum to visit but I learned so much from my visit. If you get the audio guide and listen to all clips then you will...More

Thank Amanda W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Shows the gradual rise of Hitler and those who fought against him. Lots of details and personal stories.

Thank Rebecca R
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Munich Documentation Centre is a place where you could spend at least several hours in. Walk around and be sure to pause at every display or exhibit. Really examine it and what it is trying to tell you. One of those places where if...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is part of Munich/Germany history and the Centre is very interesting. Although there is a lot of reading - audio is also available. I wish there were chairs around to take a break - but well worth the trip/time

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was the second museum that we did in Munich that is a test of endurance and particularly this one a text of concentration. It is only 5 euros to enter and that includes an audio guide. Having picked your guide to then go to...More

1  Thank Mark D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I came here at 2pm and I left just before closing by rushing through some exhibits.It tells everything about the rise and fall of the Nazis.Some graphic detail and ima ges.I hope they make the local schoolchildren see this.Take one of the portable chairs.

Thank wingate
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is an outstanding museum and well worth spending at least 3 hours. It covers the origins, fall and aftermath of Nazis in a very informative way. Honest and open. Surprising that it took so long . Highly recommended

Thank David S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very thoughtful and well organized museum detailing Hitler’s rise to power and the ensuing years. There are several floors starting at the beginning outlining how and why Hitler was able to gain power. The exhibit goes into details and it is laid...More

Thank megan m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum documenting WWII offers information, videos, photos, reading material on each floor. The learning curve of the atrocities, damage and pain of a horrific war is immense. They offer excellent lectures. Must do in Munich!

Thank marklaura2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went here as it was raining. The museum is extremely well laid out and informative. Took the chairs as suggested by earlier reviewers. We spent 4 hours here and learnt so much about how the Nazis and Hitler rose to power. Very thought provoking. Didn’t...More

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Christos A
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Response from barbdaveroanoke | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the Documentation Center in Munich is open on Aug. 15th.
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Response from Catherine L | Reviewed this property |
The have slightly different focuses. The one in Munich does focus more on Munich and Nuremberg focuses more on occurances in Nuremberg. Personally I prefer the Nuremberg doku centre. But if you’re very interested in this... More
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Harriet Ann S
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Response from Dennis H | Reviewed this property |
The NS-Dokumentationszentrum is a museum in the Maxvorstadt area of Munich, Germany which focuses on the history of Munich and the rest of Bavaria during World War I, and World War II. Address: Brienner Str. 34, 80333... More
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