PREPARE FOR YOUR VISIT !

Monday

10 August

9:00am to 7:30pm
19/19

Tuesday

11 August

9:00am to 7:30pm
18/18

Wednesday

12 August

9:00am to 7:30pm
21/21

Thursday

13 August

9:00am to 7:30pm
18/18

Friday

14 August

9:00am to 7:30pm
15/15
Un centre de référence sur la seconde guerre mondiale
Un centre de référence sur la seconde guerre mondiale

YoUR visit

OPENING HOURS

From February 20th 2020 until March 14th 2020:
9.30am to 6pm (last entry 4pm)
Open from Tuesday until Sunday
Open on Monday during Belgian school holidays

From March 15th 2020 until November 15th 2020:
9.30am to 6pm (last entry at 4pm)
Open every day and on public holidays

In July and August:
9am to 7.30pm (last entry at 5.30pm)
Open every day and on public holidays

From November 16th 2020 until January 3th 2021:
9.30am to 6pm (last entry at 4pm)
Open from Tuesday until SundayOpen on Monday during Belgian school holidays and on public holidays

EXCEPTIONALLY OPEN
On Easter Monday, May 1st, Ascension Day, Pentecost, July 21th, August 15th, November 1st and 11th

EXCEPTIONALLY CLOSED
On December 25th and January 1st
On 24 and 31 December, the museum will exceptionally close at 5pm (last entrance at 3pm)

Last entry is permitted 2 hours before closing time

Adult GroupS

free visit of the exhibition in group

Audioguide included

  • Full admission : 16€
  • Seniors (+65 years) : 13€ 
  • Groups of 20 people or more : 12€

In addition to your visit to the exhibitions, we can also offer you coffee break, breakfast or a variety of lunches. Several visits around the town of Bastogne are also available in our brochure.

Download the brochure

ADULT GROUPS BY RESERVATION ONLY

Reserve

 

School Groups

« Immerse your students in the history of the Second World War
during a day at the Bastogne War Museum»

Free visit with audioguide

Immerse your students in the history of the Second World War during a day at the Bastogne War Museum!

  • 7€ per student
    (One free supervisor admission for every group of 15 students. Additional supervisors 7€)

Download the brochure

Activities 

The pedagogic team at Bastogne War Museum is pleased to present their school and resident program entitled « Armies, Wars, Democracy & Citizenship ».

Discover the different activities

Student visits can also be accompanied by a free educational download, developed by teachers for teachers

Cafeteria

Do you wish to use the cafeteria space during your visit?

consult our offers

For groups, booking is mandatory

Reserve

 

Coming from Antwerp

From the E19, take the E411 in the direction of Chaussée des Ardennes/N4 at Assesse.
Take the exit 18-Marche. Follow the N4 towards the Bastogne War Museum.

Coming from Liège

Leaving Liège via the N610, Blvd Raymond Poincaré, the N30 Blvd de Froidmont or the N633, take the E25 towards the N854 and Bastogne. Take the exit 53-Clervaux. Continue on the N854 towards the Bastogne War Museum.

Coming from Arlon

Follow the N4 in the director of Chaussée d'Arlon/N30 to Bastogne. Take the exit at the N30. Follow the N30, Rue Gustave Delperdange/N874 and Rue de Clervaux towards the Bastogne War Museum.

Coming from Luxembourg

Take the CR346 in the director of the Route de Luxembourg/N7 to Schieren. Follow the N15 and the N84 in the direction of Rue Gustave Delperdange/N874 to Bastogne. Follow Rue Gustave Delperdange/N874 and Rue de Clervaux towards the Bastogne War Museum.

Coming from Reims

Take the A34 to Witry-lès-Reims. Continue on the A34 in the direction of Villers-Cernay. Take the E411 to Libramont-Chevigny, Belgium. Continue on the E411. Take the E25 in the direction of Chaussée de Bastogne/N85 to Vaux-sur-Sûre Take the exit 55-Sibret. Continue on the N85 in the director of the Bastogne War Museum.

Coming from Brussels/Namur

Take the motorway E411 in the direction of Luxembourg, exiting at Courrière in the direction of the N4 Marche-Bastogne. Exit at Bastogne.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Closest railway station: Libramont. Then, to continue towards the Bastogne War Museum take the  163B Bus

Bastogne is also connected by the following public transport lines:  Line 1: Marche;  Line 17: Houffalize; Line 1011: Liège; Line 80: Luxembourg; Line 89: Vielsalm; Line 88: Namur; Ligne 163C: Gouvy; Line 163D : Gouvy; Line 413: Neufchâteau and Line 857: Wiltz (stop Place Patton and Rue de Marche (close to the Marsipulami friterie). Other lines stop at Gare du Nord and Gare du Sud.
Please note that there is a 15 minute walk from those bus stops to the Bastogne War Museum.

For further information and timetables go to the website of the Opérateur du Transport de Wallonie (OTW) :  
www.infotec.be

Every Saturday (May to September 2020) a Battle of the Bulge tour is organised from Brussels to Bastogne. 

more info

Half-day guided tour: 200€

discover the most famous battle sites and monuments**

  • Mardasson Memorial
  • Jacques wood and Foxholes of Easy Company
  • Village of Foy
  • German military cemetery of Recogne
  • Place McAuliffe and Sherman tank

**Price for groups (from 20 to 60 persons), transport not included.

Full-day guided tour: 400€

in the footsteps of the 101st airborne division of mcauliffe and patton's 3rd army**

  • Mardasson Memorial
  • Peace Wood
  • Jacques Wood and Foxholes of Easy Company 
  • Village of Foy

Lunch break

  • Peace Wood
  • Encols des Fusillés in Noville
  • German Military Cemetery of Recogne
  • Barrière Hinck and field hospital of the 101st Airborne 
  • Bunker Boggess and Patton's 3rd army 
  • Place McAuliffe and Sherman tank

**Price for groups (from 20 to 60 persons), transport not included.

more info

Information and reservation :

Bastogne Memorial asbl

Colline du Mardasson 7

B-6600 Bastogne

 

T : +32 (0)61 55 00 61

E : info@bastognememorial.be

unguided visit of the exhibition alone or with friends

Audioguides included

  • Full price : 16€
  • Seniors (65+ years) : 13€
  • Individuals with special needs : 10€
  • Students : 10€
  • Children (6-18 years) : 8,50€
  • Children under 6 years : free
  • Article 27 : 1,25€

Residents of Bastogne have a right to free admission (on presentation of an identity card) when accompanied by a non-resident (paid admission). 

TICKETS

Unguided family visit to the exhibition

Audioguide included

  • Family package (2 adults + 2 children): 42€
    (+ 7€ per additional child)

Are you looking for activities to do as a family or as a children’s group? 

discover our animations

TICKETS

« Immerse your students in the history of the Second World War
during a day at the Bastogne War Museum»

Free visit with audioguide

Immerse your students in the history of the Second World War during a day at the Bastogne War Museum!

  • 7€ per student
    (One free supervisor admission for every group of 15 students. Additional supervisors 7€)

Download the brochure

Activities 

The pedagogic team at Bastogne War Museum is pleased to present their school and resident program entitled « Armies, Wars, Democracy & Citizenship ».

Discover the different activities

Student visits can also be accompanied by a free educational download, developed by teachers for teachers

Cafeteria

Do you wish to use the cafeteria space during your visit?

consult our offers

For groups, booking is mandatory

Reserve

 

free visit of the exhibition in group

Audioguide included

  • Full admission : 16€
  • Seniors (+65 years) : 13€ 
  • Groups of 20 people or more : 12€

In addition to your visit to the exhibitions, we can also offer you coffee break, breakfast or a variety of lunches. Several visits around the town of Bastogne are also available in our brochure.

Download the brochure

ADULT GROUPS BY RESERVATION ONLY

Reserve

corporate offer

Bastogne War Museum is also a perfect environment to organise your corporate events.

  • « Dinner in the Museum » at the foot of a Sherman tank situated in the Bastogne War Museum
  • Private or evening visits
  • Guided visit to the battlefields 

CORPORATE GROUPS BY RESERVATION ONLY

Request a tailor-made offer

Mask mandatory

Social distancing of 1m50

Wash your hands

Do not touch the objects

Pay contactless preferably

Cafeteria with terrace

Shop

 Animals are not allowed, with the exception of guide dogs

The museum is accessible to persons with reduced mobility (parking spaces are located close to the entrance of the museum)

Air conditioned exhibition spaces

Free parking