Gunfire contains all post WW2 vehicles. It is part of the War Heritage Institute, successor of the former Royal Army Museum.
Bastogne Barracks contains the collection of WW2 Vehicles. It is part of the War Heritage Institute, successor of the former Royal Army Museum.
If you like T-26s, they have a whole lot. Their collection is not the best, mostly Soviet stuff with the odd British and German vehicle. They do have an MT-LB you can get inside of though.
The tank museum at Bovington is a must.
You can get inside some planes/tanks/and helis at patriot park
MM Park in France is still very much under the radar, but a great museum with lots of rare things.
Exposition contains over 700 historic tanks, cannons, motorcycles, armored vehicles, trucks, military passenger vehicles, missile systems and other military equipment manufactured from 1890 to the pre...
This museum containes a Soviet T-34-85 tank, a variant of T-34 and an American M3 Stuart light tank
A must for the military interested. Experience the evolving of warfare with focus on tanks and armored vehicles. It has some running models as well.
It’s fairly small but is still quite good. You can even learn to drive a tank there!
Tank Museum Recommendations in Europe
A list of tank museums mainly focusing on WW2 over Europe. Explore Battle Tanks, Armored Fighting Vehicles, Armored Cars, Self-Propelled Guns and Support Vehicles affiliated.
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