Ligne Maginot - Fort De Schoenenbourg
- Address: Rue Commandant Martial Reynier, 67250 Hunspach, France
- Phone: +33-388809619
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Fort, Tunnel
Ligne Maginot - Fort De Schoenenbourg in Hunspach, France is a famous fort. A nice place to spend your afternoon, Ligne Maginot - Fort De Schoenenbourg, has several miles of tunnels connecting few rooms. The staff down here is very enthusiastic and always working to provide you with better service. The place is a bit chilly, so do not forget to bring your jacket and protect your feet. This place will provide great value for your money as there is a lot of historical importance linked with this place. Considered as the best war museum by some visitors, this is one of the biggest museums in the whole world and has rightfully preserved the heritage and records of World War II.
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I do love it. You are able to visit the fort inside (almost) completely and take a grasp about the live in the fort. Around 2 hours. Bring a jacket, it's really cold in the inside (12C). They have some blankets at the ticket office.
Wonderfully restored part of history. It is more than worth the trip and the 2+ hours to see it all. Be prepared to walk at least 3km to see all 4 sections. You can cut it short, but you would miss the best part.
Impressive, well maintained historical site. Worth the visit and the thoughts about how not so long ago when so many people died there... . Interesting mainly to people interested in history, warfare and engineering.
Cocky french thinking i couldn't capitulate there nation. although at first i was confused how i was gonna take France in 2 weeks with minimal losses, until i thought why not go AROUND THE MAGINOT so i spearheaded my panzer divisions through Brussels and Amsterdam and straight into Paris. thank you Philippe Petain for maintaining southern control :)
Perfectly saved historical area. I strongly suggest for ones who have architectural hobbies.