We visit Atlantic Wall with our 8-year old son. The combination of the displays and the fact that the visit involves a lot of walking (or running) around in former trenches, bunkers and along underground paths made this a fun outing for him and for us. He asked a lot of questions related to everything he has learned in school about WW2 as well as to the stories of his grandparents (who were children in WW2). The audioguide and the displays made it easier for us to explain. As for myself - when I was a child, I used to visit my grandmother at the belgian coast. I used to play in the dunes in bunkers without ever knowing their complete history. I am now finally well informed. Excellent and fun museum. Didn't seem suitable for strollers or wheelchairs as it would be too hard to enter the bunkers.
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