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I visited here as part of a leger battlefield tour.
The museum is situated in part of the old remagen bridge that eventually collapsed a few days after its capture.
The museum is nice enough though not the best.
There are some nice photos to...More
Disappointed that the museum is closed and there is no indication of when it will re-open. If you want to just see the bridge you can have lunch at Schroeder's Wacht which is 5 minutes walk away, and take a nice walk along the Rhine....More
Today we visited the Peace Museum at Remagen. It commemorates the Rhine crossing during the allied advance into Germany after D day. The bridge should have been blown up before the advance across was made but for a number of reasons wasn't and a large...More
The Bridge at Remagen bears witness to a fascinating and pivotal historical moment that shortened the war by weeks and undoubtedly saved thousands of lives. It was a privilege to share this special place with our children.
This is our second visit in the last 3 years. Sadly, things just get worse. The memorial is now covered in grafitti and the whole area around it is neglected and weed covered. The actual Peace Museam which is housed in the bridge towers has...More
Not a lot left to see on the river bank, just two imposing stone towers and a glimpse of the railway tunnel entrance across on the far bank, but they serve as stark memorials to the men who fought and died for them at the...More
This was part of a guided tour otherwise I'd have ducked out. The museum should be housed in the Remagen-side tower of the bridge but this is closed for restoration and the exhibit is now in the community centre round the corner. This is actually...More
Response from mswiseguy | Reviewed this property |
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
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 accomodate a large group. We were pleasantly surprised by our meal at Da Franco (reviewed on TripAdvisor) - the food was quite good and reasonable. There are other cafes in town (up an incline from the riverfront and museum) but I can say that we very much enjoyed sitting outside facing the river.