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British Ambulance

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On June 15th 1815, the Duke of Wellington decided to establish his field hospital at the farm of Mont-Saint-Jean. During and after the battle of Waterloo, near 6000 soldiers were treated there.

This former, hardly ever sanitized hospital is now a museum. Discover the work of surgeons in times of war, the surgical instruments used, the weapons, uniforms, ammunition ... with an impressive recontextualisation of the facts.

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  • Wheelchair users : Fiche informative
  • People with difficulty walking : Fiche informative
  • Blind people : Fiche informative
  • Visually impaired : Fiche informative
  • Deaf : Fiche informative
  • Hearing impaired : Fiche informative
  • People with difficulty understanding : Fiche informative
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Tarif individuel

Tarif adulte
Min. price
7.5 €
Tarif groupe
Min. price
5 €
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  • Parking
  • Coach park
  • Toilets
  • English
  • French
  • Dutch
  • Discovery categories
    • Museum/Interpretation centre
    • Remembrance tourism (military heritage,...)
  • French
  • Site internet
Related offers Show detail Contacts Show detail
  • Madame Marie-Christine Gobert

    Chaussée de Charleroi 591
    1410 Waterloo (Waterloo)
  • Monsieur Adrien Desclée

    Chaussée de Charleroi 591
    1410 Waterloo (Waterloo)