Often called the Nazi museum in the press, this museum dedicated to tracing the history of fascism and socialism in Germany opened its doors in 2015. The museum sits on the former site of the Nazi headquarters, where the birth of the party took place. Through the use of audiovisual clips and detailed documents, including original swastika flags and SS (Nazi) uniforms, the museum does an excellent job of explaining the origins of Adolf Hitler’s beliefs, why Munich became the cradle of the party, how the fascist movement grew, and how Hitler’s party eventually took over the country with its ideology.
Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism
Our Rating Neighborhood Königsplatz Hours Tues–Sun 10am–7pm Transportation U-Bahn: Königsplatz or Odeonsplatz Phone 089/23367000 Prices Admission 5€ adults, 2.50€ children 5–16 Web site Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism
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