Museum Of Surrender, Reims

Museum Of Surrender, Reims - Address, Phone Number

Address: 12 Rue Franklin Roosevelt, 51100 Reims

Phone: +333-26478419

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Museum Of Surrender, Reims

Located within the close proximity of Porte Mars, this museum holds a historical significance as it was the site where the Germans under General Jodl surrendered before General Eisenhower, during the World War II in Europe. This museum displays a political and historic combination of films, photographs, press cuttings and models pertaining to WWII. There is a Map Room, where the signatures of surrender took place. The bulletin inside, displays the casualty reports and the supplies arrived. One is immediately reminded of the destruction enveloped in such wars.

Museum Of Surrender Ticket Prices

  • Free for children under 16 years, Discovery Pass 3 euros which includes entry into the significant museums in Reims for adults.

How To reach Museum Of Surrender by Public Transport

  • Nearest Station- Train Station

Restaurants Near Museum Of Surrender

  • Le Ponte
  • L’ ante- crise
  • QuoVadis Cafe
  • AL’ ere du Temps

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  • Esinhower's SHAEF headquarters where the Germans surrendered in the Second World War. The room the surrender was signed is presented as it was on the singing in May 1945. A great collection of uniforms and other artifacts.

  • Nazi Germany surrenders here on 7 May 1945 at Eisenhower's Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force. Musée de la Reddition.

  • The video was good but the supporting exhibitions could have been more specific to the purpose of the building instead of just war relics but still interesting and worth a visit.

  • A must-see for the war room. Will give you chills.

  • Nice WWII museum in the building where the Germans surrendered to Eisenhower.

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