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Museum of the Battle of the Bulge Clervaux

Where? Château de Clervaux, L-9712 Clervaux

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Explore the momentous Battle of the Bulge in the museum and gain insight into the decisive liberation of Luxembourg. Immerse yourself in history and discover the consequences of these historic events.

The Battle of the Bulge was one of the largest and most confusing battles of the Second World War. US General Patton, of whom there is a monument in Ettelbruck, and his 3rd Army finally liberated the Luxembourgers from German occupation at that time.

The museum in the courtyard of Clervaux Castle illustrates the events of this dark period in the winter of 1944/45 with numerous documents as well as uniforms and weapons from the battle. Realistic dioramas illustrate the chronological sequence of the dramatic battles. Countless showcases contain personal belongings of soldiers and civilians, which, with additional information, provide a touching testimony to the horrors of war.

 


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Opening hours are subject to change. Please check them before your visit in order to be sure.
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Saturday02.03.2024 : 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday03.03.2024 : 10:00 - 18:00
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Address: Musée de la Bataille des Ardennes
Château de Clervaux
L-9712 Clervaux
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