Napoleon’s Last Headquarters is a museum open to all, located 4 km from the Lion’s Mound. This museum focuses on the events of the night of 17 to 18 June 1815 through testimonies and anecdotes from civilian and military life, all in an authentic setting.
The scenography of the museum has been particularly designed to welcome the youngest visitors by integrating playful (code game, riddles, itinerary) and educational elements. These allow children to approach and understand this period of history while having fun.
The museum has also been adapted to welcome people with reduced mobility, but also the deaf and hard of hearing as well as the visually impaired.
In addition to the many activities offered to families during the school holidays, the orchard and park adjacent to the museum host several events for the general public throughout the year.
🎬Prepare your visit by watching our Minute Patrimoine – In the footsteps of the Emperor… and discover other places where Napoleon passed through Belgium!
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