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Museum Of Military Technology “Gryf”
We collect exhibits related to military technology, with particular emphasis on equipment from World War II. Our main idea is dynamic presentation of the exhibits. Our vehicles are fully technically working – taking share in the productions of the historical battle of outdoor performances and educational events, as well as in the realization of documentaries and feature films. We also work with a passion for history and reconstructive groups, which historically uniformed members make up the crew of our vehicles.
0048 667 910 060 Museum Of Military Technology “Gryf” Website
American Heritage Museum
Explore America’s conflicts, beginning with the Revolutionary War to today. You’ll discover, and interact with, our heritage through the History, the national effort developing new technologies of warfare, and the Human Impact of America’s fight to preserve the freedom we all hold dear. Among the staggering variety of rare relics, the American Heritage Museum features over fifteen tanks and artifacts that are the only ones on public display in North America.
001 978 562 9182 American Heritage Museum Website
MM Park Museum France
With its 7,000 m2, one of the largest museums in Europe dedicated to the Second World War. On the ground floor are two large exhibition halls with, in particular, vehicles, the leisure park and a restaurant. Upstairs are the weapons, uniforms and the room housing the Sussex 1944 collection. Near Strasbourg.
0388 59 25 43 MM Park Museum Website
Deutsches Panzermuseum Munster
The German Tank Museum (Deutsches Panzermuseum Munster) explains the history and development of tanks from the First World War to the present. The museum has around 150 tanks and similar armored vehicles on display with the highlight for many the 40 Second World War tanks. Most of the major items are described in both German and English with a free multimedia guide adding considerable detail and background information.
0049 (0) 51 92 25 52 Deutsches Panzermuseum Munster Website
The Tank Museum
The Tank Museum brings the story of tanks and their crews to life, with the world’s finest collection of tanks displayed in awe-inspiring, modern exhibitions. The museum houses 300 tanks, representing key battles from every major conflict since WWI. Our exhibitions tell the story of this British invention featuring moving stories from the soldiers that fought in them.
01929 405096 The Tank Museum Website
The Victory Museum uses exciting dioramas to depict various facets of the Second World War, including: The Liberation of the Northern Netherlands by the Canadians and Poles. An airfield of the RAF (Royal Air Force)Engineers of the TAF (Tactical Air Force), a support branch for operations of the RAF. German troops in the Netherlands. Red Ball Express, the Allied supply route between Normandy and the moving front. Logistical support by the US Navy. Canadian field radio operations. Africa, the fight in the Sahara. Come and have a look and let yourself be taken back to the period 1940-1945.
0033 (0)6 513 707 17 Heiko Ates Website
The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum
The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the southern hemisphere. We are dedicated to the collection, preservation, restoration and display of Armoured Vehicles and Artillery from the 1800's to the present day. Our collection includes armoured vehicles and artillery from both world wars with a particular focus on WWII. Some other attractions we offer are APC rides, a shooting gallery and retail shop.
00617 4038 1665 The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum Website
Oorlogs Museum Overloon
The National War and Resistance Museum of the Netherlands. The museum is located on the site of the Battle of Overloon, a World War II tank and infantry battle between Allied and German forces that occurred in September and October 1944, in the aftermath of Operation Market Garden. Set in 14 hectares of woodland, it is one of two museums in an area now designated as Liberty Park. A feature of the museum is the large number of military vehicles and equipment on display, both German and Allied.
0031 610 953009 Oorlogs Museum Overloon Website