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All reviews audio guide german soldier war museum school teacher young boy interactive displays events leading up take your time two hours mardasson memorial three hours head set multiple languages gift shop entrance fee personal stories well worth the visit
I had been to Holland many times without making the short drive to Belgium. I didn’t realize what I had been missing. During a recent business trip, I had a day off, a couple of us decided to drive to Bastogne. Only a couple of...More
A nice museum that explains via displays presentations and free audio guides the history leading up to WW2 and continues on through to then to the war. There is of course a special emphasis on the role Bastogne played in this. They have very nice...More
Love this museum, which covers the entire WWII, starting with the reasons for the war, and going thru to the aftermath of the war. Has extensive coverage of the Battle of Bulge. Has a good cafe for lunch also. Definitely worth a visit.
I visited the museum with my husband as we are both very interested in WW1 and 2 history. The museum had a wealth of information on WW2 and although you need a good few hours to tour it all it keeps your interest unlike some...More
Visited Bastogne on a driving holiday, we travelled through beautiful forests and scenery from Spa to Verdun and visited Bastogne War Museum on the way. It was very moving, at times emotional but above all extremely informative. The siege and fighting around Bastogne had been...More
I visited this museum with m little cousin,.... well not that little anymore, 18yrs. He loved it. Everthing well explained. Interactive. Also video explanantions. not the standard dull stuff.No Throughout thee museum the battle is explained from various viewpoint, german, American, and civilian. Very complete...More
If he fought in the battle his unit would be listed on the American memorial in Bastogne. As far as what each individual unit did I would look it up on the Internet. The memorial is at least 5 stories high in the shape of... More
If he fought in the battle his unit would be listed on the American memorial in Bastogne. As far as what each individual unit did I would look it up on the Internet. The memorial is at least 5 stories high in the shape of a star. The units are shown on the columns. White marble if I remember right. It was VERY impressive. Hope this helps.