This a little off-side located site is an absolute ‘must see’ for any WW-buffs. Museum is small but well maintained. Both the WW1 and WW2 history is shown. There a much better equiped WW-museums, but than this is the actual historical location.
Etre sur les lieux mêmes c'est autre chose que les voir en photo. Deux rails pour le wagon de novembre 1918, deux autres pour la signature d'un armistice dont on nous parle moins, celui de juin 1940. Lieu de mémoire et de respect.
A museum and open grove set in a beautiful forest which honours the memory and the event of the Armistice signing. It held the attention of the children aged 7 and 5, who particularly liked the picture machines which actually gave photos from the period...More
Travelled for 1 hour to attend the museum, very difficult to find normally but on the day we got there, the glade itself was beginning to be dug up o all of the museum signs from the carpark to the entrance had been removed, the...More
Having been he many years ago i was impressed by how much there is to see. A poignant reminder of the horrors of war and the cruelty of humanity. Informative and interesting. When the renovations for the 100 year anniversary are complete (outside) it will...More
Visited the museum as it was a dull day whilst on holiday in the area. This turned out to be a great idea as the museum is totally fascinating and an excellent experience. We learned so much about an important event in history. The train...More
L'endroit est très bien aménagé, le wagon qui est une réplique exacte montre les différentes places des protagonistes, et un mémorial complète la visite. Ca fait partie des lieux d'Histoire à voir en France.
We visited this museum while works are being undertaken to celebrate the anniversary. The museum is quite small but there is quite a bit to see and read about.There are various stations dotted around so you can view some old pictures, some may not be...More
La clairière de l'Armistice est composé d'une grande allée, donnant sur la dalle sacrée, entourée d'un grand chemin. Il y a l'anneau sacrée avec PAIX écrit en plusieurs langues. Ensuite, il y a un musée sur les deux guerres mondiales, très ludique, intéressant et attractif....Plus
We visited the museum late Sept. Museum and grounds are currently going through renovation work (we presumed as part of the Armistice Commemorations next month). The history of the train, before, during the Armistice and WW2 is fascinating. Museum apart from train is also excellent...More