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From Texas to Bastogne, Aggies go to War

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Private Tour - The Battle of the Bulge from Brussels
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Private Tour - The Battle of the Bulge from Brussels

Exploring Brussels and the Belgian cities of art on your own is fabulous, no doubt about it. But private, customized tours offer ease, efficiency, and insight that you might otherwise miss.<br><br>Below you find the standard itinerary of our tour. As a guest on a private tour you can ask us to personalize your route in order to hit those city highlights which are of keen interest to you. <br><br>This is a tour for history buffs! 1944: the western front was collapsing! The Battle of the Bulge was the last major Nazi offensive. Hitler hoped to split the American, British and Canadian forces by launching his last surprise attack through the forests of Luxembourg and the Ardennes. After a visit to the Memorial and Bastogne museum the tour takes you out to the foxholes and,to the monument for ‘Band of Brothers’. Before we wind up in the City of Luxembourg we call at General Patton’s tomb.
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Ralph B wrote a review Nov 2016
Arroyo Grande, California179 contributions21 helpful votes
This was a surprise but these people are so thankful to the troops that were from Texas A&M that fought and died there and they even found a class ring a couple of years ago from A&M that belonged to a young Lt that was killed there.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Ewout1977 wrote a review Aug 2016
Willebroek43 contributions7 helpful votes
This was nicely done, you had a good true story about a group of young men going/ being in war. If ypou let it it can grip you heart, it makes it a lot more personal. It are not just facts.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Ben D wrote a review Jun 2016
College Station, Texas33 contributions32 helpful votes
A very unique take on a war museum. It traces the experience of five students from Texas A&M and their contribution to liberating Belgium during WW2
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Date of experience: May 2016
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PhiladelphiaPhillip wrote a review Mar 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania323 contributions112 helpful votes
Visited the museum after spending a wonderful night in Bouillon and touring the war memorial. As Texans and Aggies we were impressed with the quality and the caliber of the exhibits and the interwoven stories of the 5 Aggies who fought in Belgium. Was especially moving to my Belgian relatives who were with us. Getting on the elevator and hearing the Aggie War Hymn was over the top. A must visit for anyone with a connection with A&M, Texas and WW2.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Deborah H wrote a review Jan 2016
Missoula, Montana165 contributions48 helpful votes
This is in the heart of the city and is in a small museum. It is funded by Texas A & M so that is the main focus. That being said the displays are good as are the multimedia presentations. Worth the price of admission.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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