The east wing of Nuremberg Palace of Justice as it is today. © nuremberg municipal museums, Christine Dierenbach

Visitor Information


Memorium Nuremberg Trials
Bärenschanzstraße 72
90429 Nuremberg

+49 (0)911 321 - 79 372
+49 (0)911 321 - 79 373
memorium-Spamschutz, alles zwischen diesen Gedankenstrichen bitte lö

Opening Times

Wed to Mon
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Last admission
5 p.m.
Tue closed

Special Opening Times on Public Holidays 2016

3 October (Day of German Unity)
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
1 November (All Saints' Day)
24 December (Christmas Eve)
25 December (Christmas Day)
26 December (Boxing Day)
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
31 December (New Year's Eve)
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Please note:

Since Court Room 600 will remain a venue for jurisdiction, it may be visited in the course of an exhibition visit, if there is no trial on. A visit of courtroom 600 therefore cannot be guaranteed.


Groups of more than 10 persons are requested to book tickets for a visit to the permanent exhibition in advance to avoid longer waiting times.

Guided Tours are available for groups and must be booked at least two weeks in advance of the desired date.

For bookings please contact:

+49 (0)911 321 - 79 372
+49 (0)911 321 - 79 373
memorium-Spamschutz, alles zwischen diesen Gedankenstrichen bitte lö

You will find more information on guided tours under the heading Education Programme.
Education Programme

Admission Fees

Adults 5,00 EUR
Reductions 3,00 EUR
School students in a school party, per student  1,50 EUR
Groups of over 15 persons, per person 4,00 EUR
Small Group Ticket 1
(= 1 adult and up to 3 children under 18 years)
5,50 EUR
Small Group Ticket 2
(= 2 adults and up to 3 children under 18 years)
10,50 EUR

The admission fee includes the obligatory audio guide for the exhibition which is available in the following foreign languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Polish.

Day Tickets

For an extra 2.50 EUR you can also use your entrance ticket as a day ticket, i.e. if, for example you buy a day ticket at Memorium Nuremberg Trials, you may also visit all other municipal museums free of charge on the same day.
This day ticket offer does not apply to holders of the Nuremberg Pass and to school students visiting with their school class.

The tickets do not include special guided tours, such as e.g. the costumed guided tour with "Agnes Dürer" in Albrecht Dürer's House or with "Katharina Tucher" in the Museum Tucher Mansion, the visit to the Noricama Multivision Show in the City Museum Fembohaus, the visit to the Mediaeval Dungeons, the World War II Art Bunker, the Graphic Art Collection or Court Room 600, or the programmes offered by the Study Forum at the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds.

For information on these programmes please see individual museum pages.

Annual Season Tickets

A new offer in 2010: an annual season ticket for nuremberg municipal museums which allows you to visit all municipal museums for one year, starting from the day of issue:

Annual Season Ticket
(personalised, only valid for ticket holder)
28,00 EUR
Annual Season Ticket XL
(personalised, valid for ticket holder and one accompanying adult and own children)
42,00 EUR

Annual season tickets are not sold at museum ticket offices, but may be ordered from the Directorate of nuremberg municipal museums and will be posted and invoiced to you:

nuremberg municipal museums
Hirschelgasse 9-11
90403 Nuremberg

+49 (0)911 231 - 54 21
+49 (0)911 231 - 54 22
museen-Spamschutz, alles zwischen diesen Gedankenstrichen bitte lö

Traffic Connection

stop Bärenschanze
Public Transport
City Map

Please use the exit for Sielstraße and turn left along Fürther Straße. The Memorium Nuremberg Trials is located on the right, about 200 m from the stop.

You may download the route map as a pdf file and print it.
How to get to the Memorium Nuremberg Trials (2,5 MB)

Car Parking Facilities

There is limited parking for buses in front of the Memorial, and limited street parking for cars in the vicinity of the Palace of Justice. The use of public transport is recommended.