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Peace Museum - Bridge at Remagen

53424 Remagen am Rhein, Remagen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
+49 2642 9059924
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An interesting slice of WWII history

The Peace Museum is located in two adjoining towers of the old support structure of the Bridge at... read more

Reviewed yesterday
RebelVirginia
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Nice to visit but hard to find!

We had already driven twice past the sign and had to ask the resident for directions! At the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Eddy K
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53424 Remagen am Rhein, Remagen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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+49 2642 9059924
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Reviewed yesterday

The Peace Museum is located in two adjoining towers of the old support structure of the Bridge at Remagen, of WWII fame. (The actual name of the bridge was the Ludendorff Bridge.) The upside is its location at a significant historical site. The downside is...More

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Reviewed yesterday

We had already driven twice past the sign and had to ask the resident for directions! At the reception they said they were aware of that fact! Then do something about it please!

Thank Eddy K
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum on several floors of the tower of the old bridge is a reminder of one of 20th Century's darker times. It was a military rail bridge which was built for the First World War but came too late for troop movements except returning...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Plenty to read and learn about what happened here during the 2nd World War. Let's hope the peace message is heard.

Thank Sal C
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Reviewed 10 January 2018

This very small "museum" with next to no exhibits holds a hugely significant message....peace. This is a place of reflection & very humbling, you'll be standing where German soldiers were desperately & hastily making their retreat. Where US led allied forces where pressing hard to...More

1  Thank Sharon S
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Reviewed 3 January 2018

The bridge was an important piece in the WWII history, as the German Army was unable to explode it timely to avoid the US troops to cross the river and shorten the war. However, the site deserved a much better infrastructure for tourism.

1  Thank Paulo Henrique T
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Reviewed 28 November 2017

During our cruise down the Rhine River we passed Remagen, and the cruise manager on the AmaKristina provided a detailed account of the significance of the Ludendorff Bridge during World War II. This is an impressive story, and I'm pleased we were able to see...More

1  Thank CJTravelerTexas
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Reviewed 14 November 2017

It is estimated by some that the discovery of the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen in 1945 - the last intact bridge across the Rhein - shortened the war by many months and possibly saved the lives of hundreds of thousands imprisoned in concentration camps. What...More

2  Thank Charles C
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

Not easy to get to - parking is a modest walk away, lots of stairs, took a ferry from Linz to cross the river - but worth a modest diversion of a couple of hours. It costs 3.5 euros a person. Part of the museum...More

1  Thank Henry B
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

Not sure what to expect, disappointed by the lack of available material in English apart from some repetitive displays. Served it purpose and the exhibits and photographs were interesting.

Thank Keith 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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