lots of information and displays .audio very good but kept getting mixed up had to keep going back to rooms
Battle very well explained with series of wall-mounted diagrams and some interesting artefacts. Weapons and medical instruments of the day, "Wellington's bed" (probably not!) and Uxbridge's wooden leg (yes the genuine article!). Atmospheric little garden where Wellington plotted the night before the battle and where Uxbridge's original leg was buried after amputation. Apparently it was later dug up and returned... More
The talking guide was good and the whole place gave you good information about the battle, there was more about the other armies including the French than about Wellington
Very informative displays and am planing to return again. Did not see any souvenirs relating to Wellington or Blucher, just Napoleon.
There was more in this museum than we took time to explore thoroughly - just wanted a brief refresher before going to the actual sites. HINT: the gifts from the museum are better, more interesting & cheaper than those at gift shop at the Butte du Lion so buy them here.
a real part of history mostly for Napoleon fans. I like the town, the shopping in the town , the fact that is it close to a major city but feels like a village
Make sure you go when there is Less crowd. The weather was jut bit OK for me to visit. As I reached the Waterloo Station I figured that the Lion's Mound is 6 KMS away and in the climate which was 2 Degrees, did not even think of walking. To reach to the Bus Stop which was near a big... More
We like the museum and often take out of town guests to see it, however, accessible but not not easily by public transport from central Bxls, and not really worth the side trip alone, great afternoon with a visit to the Butte de lion and bivouac de l'emperor
Several artifacts with some labels in English. You can buy a multi-site ticket that includes the Waterloo battlefield, panorama, Napoleon's Headquarters and a few other related sites. Audio guide does not match exactly match the current route through the museum, but they are updating a couple of the display rooms and hopefully will update the audio guide. No parking, but... More
Small museum in the inn which was Wellingtons HQ . Audio tour and items from the battlefield including a French cavalrymans breastplate with a large hole in the chest! Also a nice canon engraved with the Emperors emblem 5 euros entry
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