Pass 1815, 6 Battlefield attractions for €19pp
Maison du Tourisme de Waterloo
Chaussée de Bruxelles 218
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- Wellington Museum in Waterloo,
- The Lion's Hamlet with The Lion Mound, the Memorial 1815, the Panorama and Hougoumont farm,
- Napoleon's last Headquarters (where Napoleon and his men stayed on 16 and 17 June 1815 - now a museum) in Vieux-Genappe.
Pass 1815 for Families: for three paying entries, the 4th and 5th are free for children aged 7 to 17.
Prices are valid until 31 December 2016, excluding special events, temporary exhibitions and exceptional circumstances.
Guided tours: for 25 people per tour guide.
1 hour: €60
2 hours: €80
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The Lion's Hamlet is located at the heart of the Waterloo battlefield where, on 18 June 1815, French and British troops clashed....
The Lion's Mound, a monument commemorating the Battle of Waterloo marks the spot where the Prince of Orange was wounded....
Napoleon and his officers spent the night of 17 June 1815 at this 1757 farmhouse and formulated their plans for the battle of Waterloo there....
The panorama of the Battle of Waterloo, is an immense 110m x 12m circular painting portraying scenes from the battle fought on 18 June 1815....
In the heart of Waterloo, the Wellington Museum is an old inn that served as the Duke of Wellington's headquarters during the famous battle in 1815....
At the heart of the Lion's Hamlet, the Memorial 1815 plunges you back in time into the history and atmosphere of the Battle of Waterloo....