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This is an excellent small museum with lots of war artifacts and memorabilia. Although a bit expensive it has the virtue of being compact and it does not take up a lot of time to view the exhibits. A nice bar and cafe are onsite.
Really good to see that they have kept the trenches the way they were, best they can. The layout of the trenches and system is exactly how it was 100 years ago. It does bring home to some extent the living conditions what the brave...More
Amazing experience, really eye opening to see what kind of conditions they had to put up with 100 years ago. Love the way nothing has really been touched or changed, just the way it was. Definitely a place I would recommend if you have a...More
You enter by the museum which has some very moving and sad authentic pictures of the war. The exhibits are as they were found. The trenches area was still untouched since the war and as such brought home to us the futility of war.
Do not miss this museum the original glass slides with photographs of life in the trenches in 3D are shocking and fascinating to see.
It’s possible to walk through the original
trenches and tunnel but bring a torch.
So much memorabilia within the museum. Certainly...More
This is a real mixture of fascinating old photos (though be warned, some are rather unpleasant) and a museum done on the cheap. For instance, a couple of the mannequins used to exhibit uniforms are clearly female. If you are in the area, perhaps worth...More
We enjoyed our trip to see the museum and trenches. The museum is a collection of artifacts from the war, including artillery, photos, and uniforms. They have sets of 3D photos you can look at when you first arrive. Outside, you can walk in the...More
Hi Rob C I'm sorry I'm not sure I can help. I visited the site straight from my hotel having loaded up on breakfast but the small cafe on site looked good for a snack. Thank you for nice words re the review. I hope you have... More
Hi Rob C I'm sorry I'm not sure I can help. I visited the site straight from my hotel having loaded up on breakfast but the small cafe on site looked good for a snack. Thank you for nice words re the review. I hope you have a great trip. By the way the In Flanders Field Museum is a must see for in depth information on the WW1 campaign in the local area. it will really add to your experience when you go out and visit the sites.