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What to tell about a tank museum. Lots of tanks, really a lot of them. From the first tanks in WW1 to just written off tanks. This place is big. Tanks are well maintained and they still have more which are not open for visitors...More
I toured with a large group of men and women from France and USA who were not experts. The number and variety of tanks are amazing and the guides were able to answer all the questions asked. Many of us were surprised at how much...More
This is a superb assemblage of tanks from their beginning in 2015 during the Great War, including the only surviving examples of the first 2 French tanks, and continuing up to the present day. They have an awesome collection of German Panzerwagons of WWII. I...More
Saumur is full of the type of tanks that actually fought during WW2. There are lots of French tanks in there from WW1 onwards but it is mainly WW2. A long way from the UK but well worth diverting to if you are heading for...More
We were on holiday and thought a good day out would be with this amazing collection of tanks and other (related) armoured and not-so-armoured vehicles, some 800 in total.
A huge collection of vehicles, flags and uniforms, plus assorted radio comms gear from yester-year.
Hi, I visited the tank museum in Saumer last week and travelled via train from Paris (albeit Charles De Gaulle airport.) I got the TGV from the airport to Angers but the Tours route you mention is similar but brings you into... More
Hi, I visited the tank museum in Saumer last week and travelled via train from Paris (albeit Charles De Gaulle airport.) I got the TGV from the airport to Angers but the Tours route you mention is similar but brings you into Saumur from the other direction. I found the trains very reliable, clean and ok time. The TGV itself is a real experience too if you like trains and a bit more relaxing than driving.
From Saumer railway station it's 10-15 minute walk into the town to get a bus (no 34 stops about 100 yards from the entrance) or jump in a taxi right outside the station.
Not sure how well you speak French but all the trains and the buses I went on have screens (as well as voice announcements) showing the next stop so you don't have to rely on someone reminding you where to get off or listen all the time.
Hope that's some help and hope you enjoy your trip.