A wonderfully emotional experience and one I would very highly recommend. The guided tour was comprehensive and we were afforded ample time to explore on our own. Read More
German Resistance To Hitler In Munich
Service animals allowed
German Resistance To Hitler In Munich Tour
Many tours in Munich cover the rise of the Nazis and the atrocities carried out by the regime. This tour focuses on ordinary Germans who did not so easily submit to the tyranny of the regime. The White Rose, Georg Elser, Hans Beimler and Rupert Mayer are names that Germans today are familiar with but for visitors they may be unknown. Learn about them on this excellently presented walking tour through the City.
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Overview of the Tour
Starts from €20
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
Marienplatz, 80331 München, Germany
- Local guide
- Entry/Admission – Marienplatz
Good to Know
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Let Us Guide You Through the History of the German Resistance To Hitler In Munich
1. Meet up at Marienplatz
Marienplatz, 80331 München, Germany In front of the Tourist Information Centre on the Marienplatz square. Guide will have a white placard with Alun Evans Tours on it. The main square of Munich since it was founded in 1158.
2. Travel to Odeonsplatz
Where the Hitler Putsch of 1923 ended and where the White Rose daubed anti Nazi slogans on the Feldhernhalle
3. Ludwig Maximilian University
The place where the White Rose were arrested in 1943
4. Cultural Center (Kulturzentrum Gasteig)
This is the location of where the beer hall used to be, when in 1939 Georg Elser tried to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
You’ll end at Königsplatz
Königsplatz 1, 80333 München, Germany
The tour ends a 10 minute walk from Munich main station on the square where the Nazis used to conduct their celebrations. Also very conveniently next to the documentation centre of National Socialism, which is excellent to finish the day if you choose.
Check Out What Our Guests Are Saying
Alun offers a breadth of knowledge to give you a wonderful experience on those tour. He is nice and funny from the get go and always ready to answer questions. He gives the subject the respect it deserves. I also took the Third Reich tour and it was just as informational as this one.
The best tours are the ones that you are still thinking about weeks afterward. That is the case with Alun’s guided tour of Dachau Concentration Camp. Read More
He guided us on and off public transport without a hitch, gave us time to look at the museum with his advice on timings, and took us round Dachau in a way that meant we got to experience the minimum amount of crowds and the maximum time seeing the buildings and talking about the camp history. I cannot recommend Alun highly enough – you simply must take this tour.
Would highly recommend this tour which allows for individual questions and clearly explains the site and its history. A respectful attitude is maintained throughout which is valued by those who may have personal and sad connections to this tragic place.