Waxworks Museum - Waterloo Battlefield
Route du Lion 252-254
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The Waxworks Museum features all the protagonists of the Battle of Waterloo, created in wax by the Musée Grévin in Paris.
The models, created in 1949 by artists from the Musée Grévin in Paris, include Napoleon, Wellington, Blücher, the Prince of Orange, Cambronne, etc. All are extremely lifelike in their colourful uniforms and are displayed against faithfully reconstructed backgrounds.
Many original objects and documents are also shown, as well a the results of excavations of the battlefield.
There is audio commentary in three languages to accompany each scene, along with collection pieces.
The museum is located opposite the Visitor Centre.
Included in the visit of the Waterloo Battlefield.
Opening hours may vary from day to day (changes are generally made in the evenings).
Tourist information on the town WATERLOO