MM Park France – La Wantzenau, France


MM Park France or Musée Militaire Park France is a real gem for everyone interested in World War Two. It is situated in the city of La Wantzenau and has a great collection of tanks and armored vehicles (120 of them), aircraft, cars, guns, small weapons and a very notable collection of uniforms. The museum opened it’s doors in 2017 and is one of the largest Military museums in Europe. Some of the items are pretty unique and you won’t find them anywhere else in Europe.

A view into the museum - MM Park France - photo 2019
A view into the museum – MM Park France – photo 2019
MM Park France - photo 2019
MM Park France – photo 2019
Auto Union Leichter Zugkraftwagen 3t and Mittlerer Ladungsträger Springer - photo 2019
Auto Union Leichter Zugkraftwagen 3t and Mittlerer Ladungsträger Springer – photo 2019
German Vehicles in MM Park- photo 2019
German Vehicles in MM Park- photo 2019
Panzer II turret – Panzerkampfwagen II
Soviet T-35 Tank and SU-100 Tank Destroyer - photo 2019
Soviet T-35 Tank and SU-100 Tank Destroyer – photo 2019
Sviet SU-100 Tank Destroyer and ISU-152 Heavy Self Propelled Gun - photo 2019
Soviet SU-100 Tank Destroyer and ISU-152 Heavy Self Propelled Gun – photo 2019
G13 - Hetzer Tank Destroyer - photo 2019)
G13 – Hetzer Tank Destroyer – photo 2019)
MM Park France - photo 2019
MM Park France – photo 2019
MM Park France - photo 2019
MM Park France – photo 2019
French Halftrack Citroën Kégresse P17 - photo 2019
French Halftrack Citroën Kégresse P17 – photo 2019
MM Park France - photo 2019
MM Park France – photo 2019
MM Park France - photo 2019
MM Park France – photo 2019
German Flugbetriebsboot FL.B 0442 - photo 2019
German Flugbetriebsboot FL.B 0442 – photo 2019
Italian SPA CL39 light truck - photo 2019
Italian SPA CL39 light truck – photo 2019
Italian SPA CL39 light truck and Autoblindo AB41 - photo 2019
Italian SPA CL39 light truck and Autoblindo AB41 – photo 2019
ARL 44 French heavy tank - photo 2019
ARL 44 French heavy tank – photo 2019

Visit

Take a few hours to enjoy this museum, 4 or 5 must do. Check the museum website for visiting hours.


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