Explore the history of the Nazi Party and Germany’s Third Reich on this half-day historical walking tour in Munich. Follow a guide through the streets of Munich, once controlled by Adolf Hitler and his powerful Nazi Party. Take in key sites of interest such as Hofbräuhaus, Königsplatz, and the Felderrnhalle — where the Nazis first tried to take power — and learn of the motivations which drove the Third Reich. Hear how art was used as propaganda and gain insight into life here under the old regime.Description
Meet your guide in central Munich’s Marienplatz in the morning, then set off into the city to begin your 5-hour walking tour. Along the way, listen as your guide sheds light on the history of the Nazi Party and the rise of the Third Reich.
Take in top attractions including Hofbräuhaus — where the Third Reich’s first mass meeting took place — Königsplatz, and the 19th-century Felderrnhalle — the location of the party's failed attempt to seize power.
During your tour, gain insight into the rise of Nazism in 20th-century Germany. See the location of the early party headquarters, and hear how the resistance to the old order grew slowly and steadily. As you explore, listen as your guide sheds light on the ways in which the Nazi party used art as a propaganda tool.
Afterward, finish your walking tour back at Marienplatz.Highlights
- Family friendly
- Get inside tips from a local
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
: Munich, GermanyDuration
: 5 hours Voucher Redembtion
: You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.