National Museum Of Military HistoryCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: 10 Bamertal, 9209 Dikrech, Luxembourg, Luxemburg City
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +352-808908
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Military Museums, History Museums, Family And Kids
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.
- Students have to show ID cards for entry.
- 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.
- Entries are closed one hour before the closing time.
- Closed on Carnival Sunday.
- Bus Station: Diekirch, Place des Recollets
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20.85% of people who visit Luxemburg City include National Museum Of Military History in their plan
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63.16% of people start their National Museum Of Military History visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see National Museum Of Military History
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting National Museum Of Military History
Very well done museum on WWII and the Battle of the Bulge. Exhibits are in many languages including English, French and German. The only negative I have to offer is parking was elusive. The museum does not seem to have parking so you have to look around town. I spent about 20 minutes looking and kept finding either full lots, limited time or private parking. As long as you go in eyes open and have the time to search you should be fine. Note: if traveling with someone who cannot walk well the museum does have a drop off area in the front.
There are a few military museums around the area. And this one offers English explanation (as well as German, French and Dutch). This museum is quite focused on the 2nd WW history, the weapon used then and what Luxembourg had gone through. It is definitely worth visiting.
Beautifully presented and a lot to see. Unfortunately I did not take part in a guided tour. That might have been a good idea. Plaques are all written in at least German, English and French.
was packed full of history. had English descriptions. was very well done. enjoyed it very much. located in a very cute village with restaurants near by.
Packed with loads of military stuff, you could discover things everyday you haven't seen there before. Even with the quite small size of museum.