We visited this site while staying in Le Touquet and enjoyed the museum/visitor centre. The exhibits, and especially the table showing the layout of the battle with the positions of the two armies, were good and the descriptions were all interesting.
The films with the animated talking figures were not so good though and the figure of Henry V had a rather grotesque face. Maybe the French getting their own back? It did not help that there was a group of Dutch people there at the same time who were taking the Mickey about the whole thing in rather loud voices.
The surrounding countryside was lovely. We were given a map of the battlefield location that was difficult to follow. It showed an orientation table sited near to the site but it was difficult to work out from this where the events actually took place. A little more clarity in this respect would have helped. Overall though it was a very worthwhile visit.
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