Bastogne War Museum, Second World War Memorial Centre
Colline du Mardasson 5
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A new museum dedicated to the Second World War, the Bastogne War Museum, lets you relive the great battles of the Second World War.
This museum replaces the former Bastogne Historical Center and is situated just a stone’s throw away from the famous Mardasson memorial.
Memory of the Ardennes
The Bastogne War Museum is housed in a brand new building with daring architecture and contemporary scenography.
The museum will put into context the causes, events and consequences of the Second World War and particularly the Battle of the Bulge, in a modern and interactive manner.
The museum allows you to plunge into history through its original scenography. This will comprise three "scenovisions" (multi-sensory 3D productions).
Practical information for your visit
Open from the beginning of the Easter holidays until the end of the Autumn school holidays (All Saints holidays): Weekdays, weekends, public holidays and school holidays from 10am to 6pm.
In July and August everyday from 10am to 7pm.
From the end of the All Saints Holidays to the start of the Easter school holidays: Weekdays, weekends, public holidays and school holidays from 10am to 5pm.
Annual closure from the first Monday in January to the beginning of the Carnival school holidays. Closed on 1 January, 25 December and every Monday (except Mondays during school holidays and on public holidays that fall on a Monday).
The visit lasts 2 hours
A visit to the Mardasson with an audioguide is included.
Languages: English, French, Dutch and German.
The museum also has a route for children.
Groups, for more than 20 people, and senior citizens: €9
Young people, between 6 and 18 years old, and students: €8
School groups and groups of young people, aged between 6 and 18: €6
Free for children under 6.
Accessible for disabled people.
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