National Museum Of Military History, Luxemburg City
National Museum Of Military History, Luxemburg City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 10 Bamertal, 9209 Dikrech, Luxembourg
Ticket Price: 5 EUR
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About National Museum Of Military History, Luxemburg City
One of the oldest museums of the city, it was incepted with the idea to collect and preserve the discarded valuables of the European military and explore the buried aspects of its past and present fabric. There are more than 10 lac artifacts that has been collected and preserved till now and are available for tourists to see. For people with a distinct interest in history and war will find the museum intriguing with its collection of original weaponry, the intricately detailed surrounding and the bewitching story of conflict and survival that is endowed in it.
National Museum Of Military History Information
- Students have to show ID cards for entry.
National Museum Of Military History Ticket Prices
- Children (10-18 years), Students, Military in uniforms: 3 Euros
- Children (0-10 years), Veterans of WWII, Incapacitated people: Free
- Group (10+ people): 3 Euros/person
- For guided tours contact the office.
National Museum Of Military History Opening and Closing Hours
- Entries are closed one hour before the closing time.
- Closed on Carnival Sunday.
How To reach National Museum Of Military History by Public Transport
- Bus Station: Diekirch, Place des Recollets
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Thoroughly enjoyed this museum. Was somewhat creeped out by the lifelike mannequins used in the displays, thinking they would come to life like in the movie Night at the Museum. The building is deceptively large as there is a whole room dedicated to war time vehicles. I would highly recommend a visit to this particular museum.
Amazing place, huge amount of US Army paraphernalia relating to the Battle of the Bulge. Lots of diaramas showing scenes and all information given in English, French, German and Dutch.
An informative full size diorama museum which also showcases a huge variety of display pieces. The armoury is an interesting twist on the usual stereotypical WW2 weapons with some oddities. The post-war Luxembourg Army exhibition is interesting as I don't feel much is known about the contributions of this small Grand-Duchy on the world stage. Only let down is the layout, more specifically being able to track the rooms for the audio guide. There are numbers but a few floor arrows wouldn't go amiss...
We were given a great tour of the museum and had the history of the building and the interior well explained. The rooms are packed full of history and there is plenty to look at. We all enjoyed the day and learnt something new.
Mindblowing collection. A lot of skill, attention to detail and love have gone into the exhibits.