Well preserved, bright and spacious recollection of the war with Napoleon as far as Russia is concerned. Excellent condition of the exhibits, panorama and logic of the presentation. Guides are well prepared and convey the message in an interesting way, engaging the audience and answering your questions.
A few points to consider: place is not equipped for handicapped nor for baby carriers. Please mind that you can view it on your own only after 15:00, before that you should buy the entrance with a guide. And, yes, the pictures can be taken at an extra 3.5 Euro charge.
Just visited Waterloo panorama 2 months ago, it requires much investment to maintain it as Russians do!
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