European Museum Schengen - TEMPORARILY CLOSED, Schengen

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
European Museum Schengen - TEMPORARILY CLOSED commemorates the historic signing of the 1985 European Union Treaty. Besides seeing displays with maps and a brief history of the EU, you'll also be able to browse important EU documents. The small museum acts as a centralized tourist office for the countries that are part of the Schengen zone and offers information on the five communes that are included in the Schengen agreement. Next to the Schengen Castle, the attraction is built on top of the castle's former pool. Consider combining a tour of both the castle and the museum. International tour groups meet at the attraction for guided tours of the area that are organized in advance. Contact the museum in advance about joining one of these tours. Use our Schengen vacation builder to visit European Museum Schengen - TEMPORARILY CLOSED on your trip to Schengen, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Very worth seeing Museum. Regional well attached. Well located. We have made a stop here in transit to Amsterdam. Worth seeing. To recommend ;-) for tank tourists.
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  • We wanted to visit the Schengen museum today n, but this is unfortunately closed. The ceiling would be so n three months ago have come down.
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  • Museum is free of entry charge. Bit small museum but with all history how created a Schengen zone, participated country, lot of information about EU and Schengen village. Also exhibition of all Custom...  read more »
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