Stunning memorial site. The preserved battlefield area, in particular, is brilliant and enables visitors to visit trenches, tunnels and shell craters and, in doing so, gain an exceptional insight into the First World War.
Allward's sculptures are magnificent and I was entirely captivated by the image of Mourning Canada.
The staff are superb and we left, having consolidated prior knowledge and gaining a fuller, deeper understanding of The Battle of Vimy Ridge.
All in all, incredibly poignant and definitely worth a visit.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.