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This is a wonderful, yet sad place to visit. The World War section in the bunker is very powerful and has the potential to upset. It is important to recognise what this was and what it could have been so it never happens again. It...More
Probably unique (fortunately) representing a period of history that could have been so different. Impressive monument to those who died and a warning about the consequences of unchecked evil.
It’s cool underground so take a jumper. The history of rocket flight is fascinating.
An interesting stop at this museum where the V2 and V1 rockets were stored and launched from had we Brits not interrupted the plans of the dastardly Germans once again. Its a very impressive structure and the main dome has been converted into a museum...More
Although not one V1 was ever launched from this site, imagine how much damage, death and destruction it would have caused if they would taken of from here....London...Brussels...Paris...all within reach. A great museum using head sets in different languages that explains the history of the...More
After we entered the museum, we were directed to the center of history that explained in all details the events of WWI and WWII. After all, Europe had two world wars, one from 1914-1918, the other from 1939-1945. To the people in occupied countries, it...More
Lest we forget. This gives an indepth view of WWII, with footage, film, drawings and models. Some parts are not for young children, but others are, like the Space section. An important and well put together museum, with friendly knowledgeable staff.
Looks as though this place has TWO listings on tripadvisor so this is the same posting as on the larger site.
A big disappointment simply because it is hard to imagine what the place was like when it was in use as it has been...More