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The Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917 presents the historic story of the First World War in a poignant and vivid way, with a particular emphasis on the Battle of Passchendaele. This battle in 1917 is known as one of the most horrific battles from...more
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A great museum to get an insight and experience of the 1st World War, including walking in a trench system and seeing what life was like in a bunker complex. The personal audio guide is a great way of finding out about the exhibits and...More
Great museum. Great experience to walk in the underground trench system. You’re given an audio device to get all the info on the displays. A truly humbling experience to imagine what the heroes endured.
Really enjoyed our visit to this museum,lots of exhibits and the recreations of the trenches give a little idea of what life was like for the troops.I much preferred this museum to the in Flanders fields museum which I found a bit too worthy and...More
Not our first visit here but well worth a return. Great items in the museum and the recreation of life underground and the trenches in the grounds offers an insight into life during that time.
Well worth a visit.
This is the must visit museum although from the entrance it is very deceiving. We paid our entrance fee and got our audio guides (which are essential) then climbed the stairs to the start of the "trail" through the museum - it is a bit...More
Would recommend having the audio which gives you a running commentary of each exhibit. There is lots to see and gives a good account if events. The trenches were very realistic so worth a look. In parts not great if you struggle with steps especially...More
We were on a tour and only given about 75 minutes. That is not nearly enough time! There are so many displays to see-uniforms, everyday life, munitions, etc. You start on an upper floor of the chateau and work your way down to the Underground,...More
This has a mixture of history and a bit of active listening and doing. At the start of tour you work your way to the top (lift for those who need it.
There is a recordings as you go around to tell you in detail...More
We planned a visit here and it was much better than expected. Sometimes these places can be less interesting for a 13 year old but this had interactive items, a fab audio commentary which you took with you the whole way. We spent a good...More