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definatly worth seeing if you are into history and WW2, bring a jacket it gets cold though.
it did not take us long to go through, guided tours are available, but book them in advance.
its closed during the winter
The West Wall Museum does not live up to its potential. The tunnels themselves are in good condition (dry and intact, but somewhat cold). There are some interesting aspects to the displayed items: a remarkably complete set of gas masks from a wide range of...More
When we arrived we were the only car in the car park, but by the time we left it was full. (We were the only English car there)
Although the tunnels are cool/cold they weren't wet where the exhibits were. the only wet bit was...More
I'm a huge history fan, and this place was right up my alley! The bunker was a real German WW2 station on the Siegfried Line for SS panzer troops. The self-guided tour shows heavy equipment, guns, tanks, model displays, uniforms, etc... The bunker was much...More
Self guided tours of an underground bunker complex built in the 1930s as part of the Westwall. Better known as the Siegfried Line, it stood opposite the more well known French Maginot Line. Lost of photos, dioramas, and scale models. Several US and German weapons...More