We came here after Tyne Cot cemetery having seen an advertisement for the museum; I'm so pleased we took the trouble.
The museum is much bigger than it looks from the outside, and it's set in a wonderful peaceful park.
The exhibits are spot-on, and the information is just right - not too heavy but enough to be absorbing. It was nice to see the focus on the multi-national aspects of those who fought.
The trenches and dugout experience was really good and is well presented.
Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area, especially so if touring the WW1 and WW2 sites that are in the region.
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