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The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History is the perfect stop for history and military enthusiasts. Located in the two northernmost halls of the Cinquantenaire Park historic complex, the museum collections comprise more than 10...more
All reviews aviation hall world war huge hall huge collection parc du cinquantenaire on display amazing collection entrance fee worth a visit few hours rainy day couple of hours weapons tanks uniform airplane ww2
The museum has a huge collection of items with centuries of history but the presentation and the organization of the exhibit is like a maze of garage sale. To top that off, most of the exhibits were only in Dutch or French so one might...More
The 19th century collection is very standard for the time, lots of pictures of dead guys, kings etc. Mostly swords and rifles, very little content and the whole Congo thing is not covered at all. The first world war field artillery is interesting, but the...More
I have visitede the museum 2 times..... a fantastic attraction where you can spend MANY hours...... you will see new things everytime you enter this museum.
If you are historical interested in Militaria items..... and have time in Bruxelles..... this is a MUST you do...More
Well this is place is well worth a visit ! , so much to see ! Including the aviation hall ,
And really cheap entrance fee . It’s like a maze , so many rooms / halls , so much history, mainly focuses on the...More
In the past, visiting the Armed Forces Museum was like walking through an attic that needed sorting out. Although some parts of the Museum still have a faint aroma of mothballs and Waterloo, the exhibits on view now, like post-WWI Europe/Belgium, are imaginative and very...More
Fabulous looking building ... amongst a few stunning buildings.
No time to go in but looked through the huge glass windows at the side to see tanks, planes etc. if you were interested in this kind of memorabilia, you’d love this collection
This nice museum does a great job of displaying its many significant military artifacts. The plane collection is especially impressive. We enjoyed the panoramic views from the top of the museum. All-in-all, a very worthwhile stop for folks in the Brussels area.
This museum was one of my favourites, I probably spent a good three hours here. There is so much to see and the hangar with all the army vehicles was amazing! Plenty of his military history and I was definitely impressed at how large the...More