- Museum & discovery
The Battle of the Bulge Museum's impressive collections, spread over 3 floors, are fully dedicated to the history of the Second World War. Visitors can admire more than 120 mannequins of American, Belgian, English, German and even Scottish soldiers, as well as uniforms donated by veterans of the Battle of the Bulge among artefacts.
A real treasure
The collections feature a large collection of weapons, photographic documents, personal objects and equipment found on the battlefield. 20 military vehicles are also on show.
British soldiers too
This museum is the only one dedicated to the Battle of the Bulge to have a British section. Among the collections can be seen Lieutenant-Colonel Cathhaert's combat jacket. This commanding officer led the 7th Battalion of the Black Watch (51st Highland Division), which troops freed La-Roche-en-Ardenne on January 11, 1944.
- every day between March 31 and December 31 (except for public holidays),
- every weekend and school holiday in July and August
between 10 am to 6 pm. Last entry at 5 pm.
Closed on the Sunday of La Roche's carnival.
Annual closure: November 12 to December 10.
- Car parking