10:00 - 18:00
Friedensmuseum Brücke von Remagen
The towers of the former Ludendorff Bridge house the "Bridge of Remagen" Peace Museum, which presents the history surrounding the conquest of the bridge and the "Golden Mile" prisoner-of-war camp.
The "Friedens Museum" (Peace Museum) was established in 1980 in the towers of the "Bridge at Remagen", built from 1916-1918. The bridge gained fame as American troops were able to cross the last remaining bridge on the Rhine in 1945. The histories of the Ludendorffbrücke (as it was called) and the Prisoner-of-War camp in Remagen are on show in the museum. The bridge collapsed 1945 killing 28 U.S.-Soldiers.