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I really liked this museum, a lot of great history about WW 2,France and American units that were in Reims. A nice an d interesting mix of information. There was a little bit of information in English. Some, but I wish there was more. They...More
Never knew this was here; THE place where the Germans surrendered to the Allies. Small, but a good display of uniforms and gear of the era. Enterance comes with a video of the events surrounding that day. Must see for WWII buffs.
We wanted to tour but it wasn’t open yet. However, it was very interesting to just be outside the building. There is street parking across the street and it isn’t in a busy area so you should be able to find a spot.
Great museum that is walkable from downtown - everyone should go. There is a very informative 10 min video to start and they play it in your language. It gives you a real sense of how difficult life must have been. See the room where...More
We visited this museum right before leaving Reims, and I'm glad we did. It was really cool to see the real War Room and the information provided regarding the history of the War/Reims/Surrender was well-presented. We spent just about an hour here, so it's not...More
A very interesting museum, a short film gets you up to speed with the events that happened leading up to Germanys surrender. The room where the surrender was signed is still as it was all those years ago and is very well kept. The museum...More
Discovered this almost by accident whilst researching things to do whilst in the city. This is absolutely fascinating, a little reminiscent of the Cabinet War Rooms in London, but much smaller. Most of the exhibition comprises displays of contemporary uniforms and small artifacts from the...More
This isn’t a big museum but it is very interesting. Start with the informative film at the beginning (we didn’t need to wait when we arrived, but if you just missed the start of the film it might take about 20 minutes if you’re waiting...More