BOIS JACQUES BATTLEFIELD

Discover the REMNANTS of the Bois Jacques Battlefield

Friday

23 February

9:30am to 6:00pm
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Saturday

24 February

9:30am to 6:00pm
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Sunday

25 February

9:30am to 6:00pm
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Monday

26 February

9:30am to 6:00pm
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Tuesday

27 February

9:30am to 6:00pm
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Wednesday

28 February

9:30am to 6:00pm
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Thanks to an augmented reality mobile application, visitors can immerse themselves in the lives of American soldiers on this battlefield.

Bois Jacques Battlefield

During the Battle of Bastogne, the Bois Jacques was the scene of terrible fighting between the American and German armies. Today, the site has become a place of pilgrimage where you can still see the remains of the holes dug by the soldiers for protection: the famous "foxholes".

Thanks to an augmented reality mobile application, visitors can immerse themselves in the lives of American soldiers on this battlefield. Through a series of six immersive 360° geolocated videos, visitors can share in the daily lives of the G.I.s holed up in the rifle pits.

Each audiovisual work recounts a scene from the daily life of soldiers from one of the sections of the famous Easy Company, each spot being linked to a specific day and event, with information provided by the French Youtuber "Nota Béné".

The reconstructions presented via the mobile application are available in four languages (EN, FR, DE, NL).

Download the app:

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Visit of the Bois Jacques (located four kilometres from the Bastogne War Museum, accessible on foot or by car) is included in the ticket for the Bastogne War Museum.

The Bois Jacques can be visited with the same ticket within seven days of the time slot indicated, without further reservation.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

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