The first monument commemorating the campaign in Belgium to be erected was the Lion’s Mound during the Dutch regime, between 1815 and 1826. The Lion...Read more
The Waterloo Battlefield is open every day, all around the year.
April to September: 9.30 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.
The Memorial is a huge exhibition and documentation centre covering 1500 m², dedicated to the Battle of June 1815. Its aim is to help visitors to...Read more
Discover this immense panoramic frieze (circumference 110m, height 12m) made in 1912 by Louis Dumoulin. The Panorama illustrates a key point in the battle,...Read more
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,...Read more
On the first floor of the Tourist Information Centre, explore this museum, in which you will relive the history of a little hamlet at the gateway to Brussels....Read more
Surprises abound in the ancient headquarters of the Duke of Wellington, the future Prince of Waterloo. This is where he slept on the nights of 17 and 18...Read more
On the 17th June 1815, the day before the Battle of Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington at the head of the British and Allied Forces set up his field hospital...Read more