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Military Museums and Collections — Belgium
For Freedom Museum
The For Freedom Museum in Ramskapelle (Knokke-Heist) is a museum that focuses on the liberation of West Flanders and the Battle of the Scheldt.
0032 50 68 71 30 For Freedom Museum Website
The Battle of the Ardennes Museum (La Roche)
The Museum with an astonishing collection on 3 levels and 1500sq.m was started soon after the war by Michel Bouillon and has now been taken over by his son Gilles who continues developping it. It’s the only museum in the Bulge that has a British section. As La Roche was liberated by British troops on 11 January 1945, numerous British veterans have returned and donated artefacts and uniforms.
0032 84 41 17 25 The Battle of the Ardennes Museum Website
December 44 Museum La Gleize
This unique museum offers a chronological and themed journey into the history of the German offensive in the surrounding of La Gleize and the failure of Kampfgruppe Peiper to succeed in its mission in December 1944. The museum visit begins with an impressive encounter of 69 tons of armour in the form of a King Tiger tank from the 1st SS Panzer. It is the only one in Europe having participated in the Battle of the Bulge displayed at the location where it actually fought.
0032 (0)80 78 51 91 December 44 Museum Website
Bastogne War Museum
Experience one of the greatest battles of the Second World War. The Bastogne War Museum offers you a contemporary interactive context of the causes, events and consequences of the Second World War, with a particular emphasis on the Battle of the Bulge.
0032 (0) 612 10220 Bastogne War Museum Website
In Flanders Fields Museum
The In Flanders Fields Museum is a museum in Ypres, Belgium, dedicated to the study of the First World War. It occupies the second floor of the Cloth Hall on the market square in the city centre. The building was largely destroyed by artillery during the war, but was afterwards reconstructed.
0032 57 23 92 20 In Flanders Fields Museum Website
Bastogne Barracks Museum
On December 16, 1944 the Germans launched their last major offensive in the West. On December 19, 1944 Brigade General Anthony McAuliffe, commander of the 101st Airborne Division arrives in Bastogne with his division and he establishes his headquarters at the Heintz Barracks. On December 22, 1944 he writes history: he anwers "Nuts" to the German troops encircling Bastogne and demanding surrender. You can discover one of the continent’s largest military vehicle collections, as well as Second World War equipment.
0478 78 24 98 Bastogne Barracks Museum Website