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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
All reviews bell tower interactive displays poppy bracelet cloth hall three hours two hours first world war allow plenty of time personal stories beautiful building flanders fields museum on display take your time both sides surrounding area the main square well worth the visit
The course of the First World War, told largely from the Belgian point of view (unsurprisingly), but with a great deal of input from all the combatant nations, is laid out in a comprehensive trail, with explanations in four languages. You will need a couple...More
We visited the museum and the lay out was fantastic for wheelchair users. We could access everything in it. The exhibition was so informative and well laid out with the history and relics of war. You do need a couple of hours to do the...More
If you are seeking information about family members killed in WW1, then do visit the Research Centre. The staff took all the time I needed to answer my questions, and do some original research about my Great Grandfather who died in 1918. All the information...More
I visited as I was in the area and have always wanted to take a look. I wasn’t disappointed. A lot of information and material that was used during the war. If you are near, go there, but make sure you leave yourself an absolute...More