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You will need to take a couple of hours here minimum to take it all in. You have the monument, the cemetery and the trenches and craters near the information center. It was closed when we visited so I cannot comment on that aspect. Hard...More
I have always appreciated what an excellent and magnificent memorial Vimy is, as a commemoration and tribute to Canadians who lost their lives during World War One - that will always endure. However, I had been looking forward to visiting the new Visitor Centre which...More
Visited memorial this November- cold day but off-season for tourists so it was magnificent to see the memorial with no one else there- got excellent pictures of memorial without any one in them. Cold day but nothing compared to what our troupes endured Had a...More
There are no words, if you have not seen Vimy, you should, the monument is amazing. the trenches gave me chills and the Remembrance Day ceremony was heart warming talking to folk from all over the world coming to pay respects.
This is a site to commemorate the Canadian involvement in World War 1. The guides are all exchange students who come across from Canada and live on France for months at a time, they are very polite and know their stuff. Our guide was impressed...More
The guides are Canadian students and are very good. The tour of the trenches was excellent. The center itself is very well done with a comprehensive visual discussion of the war and Canadian troop involvement. While there visit the memorial a visually stunning edifice.
This is a well presented place and our guides Emma was amazing. You get to walk in the footsteps of the allied troops in their trenches, see no man's land and walk the German trenches too. It certainly gives you a proper view of the...More