You could definitely make a day trip out of this but it is a lot to take in! No tour, so you can go at your own pace, which is probably best considering the amount of things to read and see! In the first part the museum addresses the origins and evolution of the war as well as the Resistance in all of the different countries. Most people know the German, English and French side of the story but here you will learn about resistance in countries such as Portugal, Yugoslavia, Albania, Romania, and more. It really makes you realise why it was a WORLD war. Information was translated into English and French. Huge area dedicated to war vehicles such as tanks and aircrafts with layouts of war scenes. They also have a great collection of bombs, grenades and missiles. There are a few interactive parts in the museum to keep young and old from getting too bored with the history lesson. I personally found it interesting but a little too long, You have to be really passionate to fully appreciate the quantity and quality of objects they have here. Entrance fee is 15€ which is acceptable when you realise how big it is.
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