As the place where the Nazi Party (NSDAP) was founded, Munich is more closely associated with the rise of National Socialism than any other city. The Munich Documentation Center, located on the site where the—the former Nazi Party headquarters—once stood, is dedicated to addressing the city’s troubled past. Our exhibitions, events, projects, and educational programs tell the story of National Socialism from a present and future perspective. We seek to set the historical experience of the Nazi dictatorship in a current global context.
Zhanna Kadyrova. Out of Home
Sept. 8 to Oct. 8, 2023
More Important than Life
The Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto
June 29, 2023 to Jan.7, 2024
Materializing. Contemporary Art and the Shoah in Poland
Opening: Oct. 19, 2023, 7pm
European Histories of Forced Labor
Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 7pm
Open on public holidays, including those that fall on a Monday.
Entrance is free of charge
Our Learning Center has four interactive media tables and twenty-two research terminals where you can find out more about the history of National Socialism and research selected topics in depth. The Library contains a large selection of publications devoted to the history of the Nazi period and its aftermath.
Apart from our exhibitions, there are also other ways of finding out about the Nazi era in Munich. The apptakes you to 120 places in Munich and environs that have a connection with Nazi history. The digital history project tells the story of Nazi forced labor as a story with threads leading all over Europe.
The publications of the Munich Documentation Center examine historical topics from various perspectives and relate them to current societal developments.
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