The museum is small, but it's worth a visit if you have any interest in WWII. There's a short video, and then you go upstairs to see the actual room. The table where everybody sat is still there, as are all of the maps used for planning in the war. It's pretty darn cool to see all of the German troops marked on the maps. They're behind glass, which makes pictures rather difficult, but that's OK.
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