The Wellington Museum, Waterloo
(3.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • I was surprised by the quality of the parts exposed, interesting even for someone who is not particularly a fan of this battle.
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  • The Quartet from the headquarters of Napoleon and Wellington, the lion's mound and the battlefield at Hougemont are an absolute must and highlight. Excellent and balanced treatment and media design. You lent much and much food for thought. Well done, love Wallonia.
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  • where you buy your tickets to visit the battlefield, butte du Lion, learn a little of the battle of waterloo, too
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  • What I liked best was the original floor in some of the rooms, I could kind of sense Wellington walking there... Other than that it's ok, but not something you dont't want to miss.
  • A real museum of the last century. Things to see if you have time. If you have a short time better go to the leon du battle.
  • We start from this Museum, small, well described and with the audio guide is the perfect introduction to everything you could visit in Waterloo. Note the legendary wooden leg and the history that surrounds it. It's well worth the ticket omni sympathetic, with butte de lion and the headquarters of Napoleon, all a short distance away and see!
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  • The start of a route to be followed; the axis wellington-Napoleon-lion + memorial day by a woman of learning. Recommended with teenagers, especially the memorial
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