“At Waterloo Napoleon did surrender, oh yeah! And I have met my destiny in quite a similar way. The history book on the shelf is always repeating itself. Waterloo...”
It feels somehow strange to be singing Waterloo with ABBA while walking through the battlefields of Napoleon and Wellington, but for some reason it's hard to resist the temptation!
This tour includes visits to Napoleon's and Wellington's headquarters, the old battlefield hospital which is now a brewery and museum, as well as a visit to a new and modern museum on the Battle of Waterloo. This is a full day with lunch and dinner at places related to the history.
The trip can be shortened and customized for each group. The tour is only available for 10 persons or more.
Included: guided tour, a bus, beer and cheese tastings, visits to major museums, lunch and dinner.
Duration: Complete day.
Price: Contact us.
The Lion's Mount was erected to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo and the first museum opened there in 1915, to mark it's centennial. At the 200-year mark, a new and modern museum was opened underground and linked to the old one.