At eleven euro for two it is not expensive but the guided tour (handheld) was good and informative. Great to see where General Wellington’s headquarters were. We would recommend.
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This little Museum, Wellington's HQ before the battle, is not on the grand scale of the major museum on the battlefield but it is a good place to start if you're planning to spend the day around Waterloo. It's perhaps a little down at heel...More
This is a small, but very information museum. Self paced with a lot of original relics from the Battle of Waterloo and the period. Wellington did actual occupy the house and plan the battle, as tend to the wounded. Worth the visit, a great value.
Excellent Museum kept exactly as it was 200 years ago when Wellington used it as his Headquarters. Original floor, doors and furniture and some great exhibits from the battle. A good Audio commentary as well as you walk around. Highly recommended. (The playing of the...More
Duke of Wellington wrote his report to the British Government from here after the Battle of Waterloo. Here you will learn so much about this important battle and people involved in it. However, this place is comparatively speaking less spectacular than other monuments in Waterloo.
Thanks to the Pass 1815 sold at Mémorial 1815, I decided to come to this place. It's worth the time. Good location, just on the opposite side of the street from tourism office and Église St-Joseph. A few rooms are closed as of now for...More
Even my friend the military historian was disappointed - the Wellington Museum is just not that interesting. They have many wonderful artifacts. They have cool maps. The Duke himself used the place as an HQ. Nice figures in uniforms. Annoying audio devices you must change...More
Excellent Museum on Waterloo. Is your first stop after the Tourist office in Waterloo. Wellington stayed here the night before Waterloo. Friendly staff and Nice Gift shop
The "Pass 1815" package gets access to the Wellington Museum, the museum, panorama and Lion's Mound at the battlefield, Napoleon's last HQ, and the farm which was Wellington's field hospital. Excellent value at 20 euros. The Wellington Museum is very interesting, allow about an hour...More