The War Museum in Bastogne examines the history of World War Two with particular emphasis on the campaign known as the ‘Battle of the Bulge’ which took place in the area.
Completely rebuilt and opened in 2014, the museum offers an interactive insight into the wider conflict and the battle itself. As well as digital exhibits and short films the museum also includes a reconstruction of the forest battlefield designed to immerse visitors in to the realities of the conflict.
The Bastogne War Museum is located near the famous Mardasson Memorial which honours the American soldiers who were wounded or killed during the battle.
From Liège by car: Take the E25 and leave the N610, Bld Raymond Poincarè/N30, Bld de Froidmont, N30 and N633. Follow the E25 towards N854 at Bastogne. Take exit 53-Clervaux and leave the E25. Continue on the N854 towards the Bastogne War Museum. Free parking.
The museum is open daily except on Mondays, from 10am to 6pm (7pm summer). Closed January 1st and December 25th. Tickets to the Bastogne War Museum cost €12 adults, €8 children, free for under-6s.
Bastogne War Museum, Colline du Mardasson, 5 - 6600 Bastogne, Belgium
+ 32 (0) 61 210 220
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