5660 BRULY-DE-PESCHE (COUVIN)
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On 6 June 1940 Hitler arrived in Brûly-de-Pesche to lead the attack against France from the "Ravin du Loup".
In the first pavilion you can see old photographs and DVD films (FR/NL/EN). The second pavilion is dedicated to the resistance: scale models, weapons, DVD films (FR/NL/EN). Visit to the park and the impressive bunker.
From 05/04 to 30/06: open on Mondays that are public holidays.
From 01/10 to 31/10: during the week by appointment for groups (minimum 15 persons).
Recorded guided tours (FR, NL, DE, EN).
Last tickets are sold at 5 pm.
Other number (high season): + 32 (0)60/37 80 38.
Tourist information on the town COUVIN
Visit our partners' webpages
- Maredsous Abbey and St Joseph Visitors' Centre
- The Molignée Rail Bikes
- The Steam Train Museum in Treignes
- The Citadel of Namur
- SAINT-GÉRARD DE BROGNE ABBEY