Exhibition: The Berlin Wall: symbol of Cold War

On 9 November 2019, it will be exactly 30 years since the Berlin Wall unexpectedly fell in a peaceful manner. In a highly informative exhibition, using unique images from both the former West and East Germany, the Municipality of Heuvelland, the War Heritage Institute and the Association 'Berlin No More Walls' will tell the history of this most famous of walls: its context, its construction, its fall and what it was like to live on either side of it.

Opening hours

You can visit this temporary exhibition during the opening hours of the Command Bunker on the Kemmelberg (Mount Kemmel).
On Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday:
On Tuesday from 10:00 until 17:00 (visit possible at 10:00, 11:45, 13:30 and 15:15)
On Saturday from 10:00 until 17:00 (visit possible at 10:00, 11:45, 13:30 and 15:15)
On Sunday from 10:00 until 17:00 (visit possible at 10:00, 11:45, 13:30 and 15:15)

Closed:

Sunday 6the September 2020

With an appointment:

only for groups with a guide

Entrance Price

individual= €4 pp
groups from 20 persons: €2,50 pp
youngsters untill 26 year: €1,50 pp
children younger then 8 year: free
teachers: €2,50 pp
active military: €2,50 pp

  • Tentoonstelling 'De Berlijnse Muur: symbool van de Koude Oorlog'
  • Lettingstraat 64
  • 8951 Dranouter
  • Belgium
  • +32 57 45 04 55
  • toerisme@heuvelland.be

  • From 2 November 2019 tot 2 october 2020

Prices

Price € 4,00

  • Tentoonstelling 'De Berlijnse Muur: symbool van de Koude Oorlog'
  • Lettingstraat 64
  • 8951 Dranouter
  • Belgium
  • +32 57 45 04 55
  • toerisme@heuvelland.be

  • From 2 November 2019 tot 2 october 2020