The War Heritage Institute sites are once again open to the public and adapt their timetables during the end-of-year period. Reservation is mandatory, either by email or by phone (during opening hours):
Royal Military Museum (open from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.):
In response to the evolution of the corona pandemic and the problems in our hospitals, Mr Benoît LUTGEN, mayor of the city of Bastogne, announced a number of security measures. From this Wednesday 28th October 2020 on and until 19th November, all indoor activities (sport, leisure, culture), apart from compulsory education, are strictly forbidden throughout the city.
Our Bastogne Barracks site will therefore be closed from Wednesday 28th October onwards.
On Thursday 12 March the National Security Council and the federal government took additional measures in an effort to curb the corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) in our country. Among other measures, and as a sanitary precaution, gatherings in confined spaces are forbidden and “social distance” is recommended.
The War Heritage Institute will therefore be closed to visitors through May 18th. This decision with immediate effect is applied to our six sites (i.e.: Royal Military Museum...
The War Heritage Institute gradually reopens its sites. The command bunker of Kemmelberg (Heuvelland), Bastogne Barracks (Bastogne), Gunfire (Brasschaat) and the Documentation Centre (Brussels) remain closed to the public for the time being. We will of course inform you of all changes in this situation, but do not hesitate to (re)visit the Royal Military Museum (Brussels), the Trench of Death (Dixmude) or the National Memorial of Fort Breendonk (Willebroek).