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Spent two hours here with some colleagues, on this four story museum. However, by the time I had to get to another appointment, I had only see two floors! The military equipment spans a broad era, and includes modern as well as much older items....More
Not exactly a museum as aimed at those interested in military technology as applied rather than just the vehicle or equipment. Many of the exhibits are cutaway to enable close scrutiny, a Leopard has been cut in half lengthwise. Although primarily Army equipment there are...More
I visited the museum while on a recent (June 2018) Rhine river cruise. A bit of a hike from the Rhine docking location but doable. Non-descript building with minimal signage made for a minor challenge in locating the facility. Very reasonable 3 euro entry fee,...More
Amazing welcome from reception, so very helpful.
Now if you love military stuff this place is a must. Ground floor has the vehicles such as Apc, tanks artillery pieces, aircraft has a great selection.
Lots of display items are cut open to show how they...More
Great place to see german military equipment. Stopped by as I was passing through Koblenz. Spent around an hour and a half. I am unable to read german so I didn’t spend as much time as I would have if I could read german.
This museum has enough items of interest to keep everyone happy from the military or weapons expert to the family member who was tricked into coming for a visit, I mean graciously came along. As others have noted, this really is not a museum, it...More
its a really big place! many different things, a lot of story in a same place... I never see nothing like that before! amazing, amazing, amazing! Just... make no sense one thing... Where is the information in english? was a germany place just for germany...More
An awesome collection of military "stuff" -- from handguns to a Mig23 and a Leopard II tank. An Enigma decoder was even tucked away on one of the upper floors. The building itself is pretty bland, providing more of a warehouse feel than a museum...More
We live in east Belgium so we were doubting to drive the 240km to Koblenz to see the museum. It was totally worth the drive. Can't believe it costs only 3 euro per person. Everything very interesting, we spend 1.5 hours at the museum!