National Museum of Military History
What sufferings did soldiers and civilians have to endure? The Battle of the Bulge was the key battle for the USA in the Second World War. At the National Museum of Military History, the fighting around Diekirch is reconstructed in large-scale dioramas, focusing on the fate of the people concerned. Also on display in the exhibition are weapons, vehicles and other military artefacts, together with numerous documents and archive photos. The museum also illustrates the history of the Resistance fighters in Luxembourg from 1940 to 1945 and the history of Luxembourg’s army; there are also sections about Allied troops in the First and Second World Wars and the Korean War.
Open every day except Monday 10.00 to 18.00. Audio guides available in five languages.
25.12 | 01.01 | Carnival Sunday