Visitors’ InfoWelcome to Militracks
During the Militracks weekend, there are German motorcycles, passenger cars, trucks, half-tracks and tanks on display that were predominantly in service of the Wehrmacht. German vehicle technology at that time was in many cases qualitatively better than that of the Allies. At Militracks, it is demonstrated – and some cases literally – how that technology worked. The vehicles are also not just set up in static displays, but driven around on the special, kilometre-and-a-half trail on the museum grounds. It is also possible to ride along. You can buy tickets for that on the grounds themselves.
Pre-ordering entrance tickets is possible but only online. Remaining tickets will be sold at the entrance during the event. In case the event is sold out, we will report that here on our website.
We'd like to inform you that wearing German WWII uniforms and helmets is totally forbidden at Militracks. This also applies, of course, for wearing Nazi-symbols in any form.
For your own safety
Please stay behind fences and always follow directions of our staff. You visit Militracks and the War Museum Overloon at your own risk. This applies also to riding along in a military vehicle. Museum, drivers and Militracks-staff and museum-staff are not liable for accidents, injuries and/or any other damage.
Enjoy a beautiful, safe day!