Last year we asked you guys to help out our friend Jean-Paul and his amazing Romagne 14-18 Museum, since it relies on visitors to survive and the pandemic effectively ended visitors. Well, a lot of you answered the call and made donations, and because of wonderful people out there like you his museum did indeed survive.
We are very happy to announce that it has now reopened to the public, so the next time you’re anywhere in Northeastern France, definitely make a stop at the Romagne 14-18 Museum. It is the best, coolest, and unquestionably weirdest collection of World War One artifacts you will ever see, all put together over many years by Jean-Paul.
Thanks again everyone for your help!
Check out the Romagne 14-18 Museum here.