severine lambert, Saturday 10 September 2011 13: 20
michel Monday July 18 2011 11: 43
in Thésée (120km of Saumur), I came in June to visit this place. I do not regret my visit. very beautiful materials exposed and in an exceptional condition, bravo to the catering teams for this long work.
the fact of being able to approach the tanks is also a plus, no cord at a distance that damages the pleasure as in some museums. can be the signaling that would merit to be more modern. damage also to not be able to see the interior of some representative tanks or very well known, (panther, tiger ...). but these small negatives are very secondary compared to the quality of this museum rich in all points.
bravo and continue
Jean, Wednesday June 8 2011 21: 12
Tom COMBAL, Tuesday May 17 2011 22: 56
It is very moving to see this former 1940 tanks, very touched to be able to again be in command of a 36 FCM. Even more rare that this machine was not manufactured in large quantities ...
As a re-enactor of the 1940 Campaign of France, I thank you for having saved our unfortunate chariots, so often decried but whose crews have shown tremendous courage.
Just thank you.
Tom COMBAL, 17 years.
Charles-Pierre Serain, Thursday April 21 2011 23: 51
The series devoted to the First World War is very rare and the tanks exposed are very instructive.
The German tank room is particularly rich and the two "Tigers" are superb. The decoration of the Russian tanks of the WWII is very successful.
The last part on modern tanks deserves better emphasis. The Leopard 2 A5 present is in a corner, which is a pity for a tank of this quality. Naturally, he misses an American Abrams and the British Challenger is all alone in the yard. A room with these tanks side by side could be a very good idea.
Congratulations again for this work of passionate and who deserves to be more known and can be more in the center of Saumur to attract more visitors.
Thursday April 21 2011 12: 21
Wednesday February 23 2011 21: 49
FERRET Jean-Louis dit Lieutenant, Saturday 8 January 2011 18: 40
I am a model maker of the military model and you are, the people in the Armored Museum, an unparalleled source of information.
Thank you for your excellent work to all the team of "mecano", and other personnel: BRAVO !!!
Continue again and again to astonish us and if the heart tells you go see my blog:
monkey wrench, Friday November 5 2010 15: 02
All of my congratulations to the people who care for them and if you give the opportunity to visit it go there is great.
Sunday October 17 2010 22: 23
barichello jean luc, Thursday August 19 2010 04: 35
Monday August 16 2010 20: 27
John Roes, Monday June 21 2010 12: 47
Hoping that this historical event will continue for a long time
lolo54440, Saturday June 12 2010 15: 02
thanks to them I could finally see my preferred char: the b1 bis and even bring a miniature home
Juan Manuel Ruiz of Valbuena Quejigo (ES, Monday June 7 2010 18: 39
Thank you very much from Spain.
I will visit again.
Friday May 14 2010 13: 06
What emotion ...
David, Monday May 10 2010 18: 36
rfrisch, Friday March 5 2010 16: 24
JACQUEY Jean-Claude, Monday January 11 2010 15: 01
On the eve of this year 2010, I wish that the Museum of Armored Vehicles continues to offer to all the visitors, its wealth and its exceptional pieces, and that it enriches itself for the happiness of the enthusiasts while preserving, the glorious memories of our armies. All of the ABC soldiers are, of course, indissociable from their tanks. This museum, uniting men and armored vehicles, is therefore fully associated with the duty of memory that is ours. In this, it is a precious and irreplaceable testimony, which we will have to defend. Let's quickly visit it, or revisit it!
JC JACQUEY member of La Sabretache
wassibouly, Tuesday August 25 2009 13: 58
it is he who told me to go see very good idea this museum has +
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