Trace the origins and development of Nazism in Munich on this 3-hour Third Reich–themed walking tour. See the Hofbrauhaus, where Hitler gave a speech to a nascent Nazi Party, and the Feldherrnhalle building on Odeonsplatz, the site of a deadly show down between the Nazis and Bavarian police, as well as many more intriguing attractions. Learn more about the Nazi Party’s rise from your knowledgeable guide.
In the morning, meet your guide in Marienplatz, Munich’s pretty central square. See the old head office of the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), an earlier name for Hitler’s growing political party. See the Hofbrauhaus beer hall, where Hitler gave a public speech about the goals of the fledgling Nazi Party to a small audience in 1921. Stop frequently to listen to your guide explain the significance of various buildings and locations. Walk by sights associated with brutal Nazi acts including the Feldherrnhalle on the famous Odeonsplatz square, the site of a deadly clash between the Bavarian troops and the Nazis in 1923 following an attempted overthrow of the local Weimar government by Hitler’s men. During the tour, you’ll also see a poignant memorial dedicated to those who died at the hands of the Nazis and the Documentation Center for the History of National Socialism, which opened on the site of the former Brown House, the Nazi Party headquarters. Then, continue to the city to other fascinating sites including the Haus der Kunst art museum, and many more sights. Your tour concludes in central Munich, near the Hofbrauhaus.