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Peace Museum - Bridge at Remagen

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Amazing museum

A great museum with heaps of history. Our guide was very informative with interesting details... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
lakelover908
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Kendal, United Kingdom
A Remarkable piece of History

The Museum and remains of the Bridge at Remagen brings back a sense of a major historical event... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
Bowling-Greeners
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53424 Remagen am Rhein, Remagen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

A great museum with heaps of history. Our guide was very informative with interesting details around world war 2. Loads of pictures and story boards. There are lots of steps so not the best if you have walking difficulties.

Thank lakelover908
Reviewed 7 August 2018

A very atmospheric memory of war as well as a lasting monument to peace. Over several floors so need to be able to do stairs.

Thank 335annh
Reviewed 15 July 2018

The Museum and remains of the Bridge at Remagen brings back a sense of a major historical event that only actually standing there and feeling the atmosphere can ever generate. A remarkable reminder of WW2 and what occurred at this spot.

Thank Bowling-Greeners
Reviewed 14 July 2018

Really neat museum with great views. It is a great museum promoting peace. It talks a lot about the devastation of war. Interesting to see another prospective having so much destruction going on and the lives lost in this town.The bridge collapsed 10 days after...More

Thank Dana B
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

A quick visit while traveling between campsites. Housed in one of the original abutments it is a small but interesting museum with some very nice original artefacts. You can view everything quite easily in 45 minutes to an hour. The museum is not suitable for...More

Thank Peter T
Reviewed 13 July 2018

Impacting visit. The railway bridge near the city of Remagen was planned in 1912 and built during World War I from 1916-1918 in order to supply troops at the Western Front. In 1944-1945 Remagen, as a railway junction, was target of numerous allied air attacks.

Thank Manuel P
Reviewed 1 July 2018

A very interesting museum with details about the battle of the Luddendorf bridge. And the futility of war

Thank ianthefabricman
Reviewed 22 June 2018

We arrived on a Sunday and pretty much had the place to ourselves after a tour bus left. I am not a WWII history person, but found this museum very fascinating. There are lots of artifacts, beautiful views of the Rhine, and photos. The descriptions...More

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Reviewed 22 June 2018

Arrived slightly before opening (10.00) and walked around outside. View of bridge from track level unfortunately becoming obscured by tree growth but still an impressive sight. Sit and ponder the events of March 1945. Once inside stroll through the rooms of each tower, see a...More

Thank treadheadd200
Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile

This place has a surreal feel and should be treated with greater respect because of its place in history. Under the US Museum there were some freeloaders with foreign music loud, smoking an shisha pipe and drinking alcohol with empty bottles scattered around. As a...More

Thank Greg S
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Yes, there are several restaurants on the river with excellent terraces (assuming the weather is good) about a 5-10 minute (flat) walk along the river promenade. Several of those with seating outside should be able to... More
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