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The Ypres region was the backdrop to on of the bloodiest battles in history, 100 years ago. Now the last witness have died too, the In Flanders Fields Museum is more than ever the gateway to the First World War in Flanders. The In Flanders Fields...more
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This musueum is well thought out and well worth going to. The exhibits are very interesting and well displayed and explained in detail. There is so much to see and do and would be interesting to lots of different groups and individuals.
We visited on a very wet Saturday afternoon in late October.
The admission for a family of three was very reasonable and the museum itself was well laid out and interesting.
We spent two hours here and my 11 year old son was not bored!
We visited this museum as part of a coach trip so we had pre booked tickets so we went in straight away. However, the queue for tickets was quite long. I suppose it was more to do with the 100 year celebrations that it was...More
Really enjoyed our first visit to the Museum - excellent film descriptions of testimonies, nurses, soldiers, priests - excavation of tunnels and war equipment found - maps of battlegrounds superimposed over modern day locations
The true horrors of war are laid out here. The town was flattened and rebuilt, this is all here in the displays, which are all interactive with your poppy wristband. If you provide an email address they send you a copy of every exhibit you...More
Visited the museum as part of our Battlefields Tour weekend during Armistice 100 (11/11/2018) interactive information, harrowing photographs of the dead, before and after photographs, uniforms of the era, personal belongings of the dead, moving accounts of battles, preserved trench items. A very graphic collection...More
Admittedly we visited on 11-11-18 after taking part in the 100 Years Service of Remembrance at the Menin Gate, but it gets very busy here.
Plenty to see and connected to the tourist information centre next door.