Courtroom 600 is where it all happened. If you are lucky enough to get in, it’s worth the visit. When we first arrived, they told us Court room 600 was closed. It cost 5 Euros to get in and includes an audio guide. Like the Documentation Center there is a lot of information. Lots of good displays, but also lots of information and gets to be too much to listen to. There were guided groups coming in and there was one who had an English guide for a school group. I listened in on occasion and found it to be a shorter version to listen to than the audio guide. The audio to the TV monitors was excellent as it related directly to trial footage. We heard that the school group would finish in the court room. Later on I peeked in the overhead window to the court room and there were people in there that were not part of any tour. We went down and the door was open and the guard said we could go in. On the day we went they were just installing new monitors in the front benches that allow you see the courtroom as it was during the trials. You could touch the screen and view videos from the trial and see other related information. Your audio guide would play the appropriate sounds from the videos. Overall, it was a great place to visit.
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