Sites Within Two Hours of Ramstein
The sites below are within two hours (one way) driving time from the KMC area.
All these sites may be visited in a one day trip, remembering that weather and
traffic may lengthen the driving time and that winter daylight hours are short.  In
addition, roads in some areas are narrow and curvy and may take more time than
is evident based on the mileage.
Feel free to contact us if you need help planning
a trip while the self-guided tour pages are under construction.
Malmedy Massacre Site and Baugnez 44 Historical Center: Site of a
notorious German atrocity involving US POWs, with monument and
museum. This site is ~ 2 hours away, and a visit will take more time if
combined with recommended visits to nearby La Gleize and Ligneuville
Arlon Military Flea Market, Arlon Luxembourg:  Every other month
indoor free-for-all market. Three halls of military items from ~ 1880's to
Iraq
The National Museum of Military History, Diekirch Luxembourg: the
ultimate WWII Bulge museum, with enough artifacts and vehicles to
outfit a Third World country. This is a "don't miss it" site!
Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial in Hamm,
Luxembourg: WWII cemetery containing the graves of 5,076 Americans
including General George Patton. Adjacent to Sandweiler German
military cemetery.
Sandweiler German Military Cemetery, or Soldatenfriedhof, in
Sandweiler Luxembourg: WWII cemetery containing 11,391 German
casualties, mostly from the Battle of the Bulge. Adjacent to Luxembourg
American Cemetery
.
Katzenkopf Command Bunker on the Siegfried Line, Irrel
Germany: one of a few command bunkers, now restored with a small
museum
The Southern Shoulder of the Bulge: Important German and US
sites/battlefields not covered in other references, many in the Echternach
area. Multiple self-guided tours, all based on first-person resources.
General Patton Memorial Museum, Ettelbruck Luxembourg: WWII
museum covering far more than General Patton
"Bulge Trails" Historic Walks, in the Diekirch Luxembourg area.
Self-guided walks on both the Germand and US sides, compliments of
the Diekirche Museum
Museum of the Battle of the Ardennes & Hotel Claravallis,
Clervaux Luxembourg: A WWII museum in a former US besieged
Command Post. Clervaux was used for R&R after the Huertgen Forest
debacle, and was the site of a tank battle and also a heroic escape under
fire from a US HQ in a hotel.
Ardennes Poteau '44 Museum, Poteau Belgium: Site of the Bulge's
largest tank battle, with a museum and Halftrack rides over the
battlefield
Technik Museums at Speyer and Sinsheim, both with WWII
displays and materiel.