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Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917

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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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Ieperstraat 5, Zonnebeke 8980, Belgium
+32 51 77 04 41
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All reviewstrench experiencewell worth a visitmemorial museumunderground bunkeraudio guidebeautiful groundsexcellent displaysshort filmthe real thingboth sideson displayshowing howypres salientfirst world warypres areasanctuary woodfree parking
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I would like to say that this is a well presented and thoughtful way of presenting the subject matter as a commercial concern, but this in no way trivialises the subject matter and duty of remembrance The audio guide hand held speakers actually work!!, just...More

Thank Orcaorca
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This museum (and the In Flanders Fields Museum) are those 2 places you have to visit to get an impression of The Great War.

Thank Nick D
Reviewed 1 week ago

We really found this museum to be emotional but at the same time fascinating on what the soldiers had to go through with the equipment they had. The audio tour was well done & it meant that you could go at your own pace. There...More

Thank Angela C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited this museum with a 1 yr old on the road trip home from 10 days in Normandy and after lots of ww2 museums. This museum was the best place we visited our entire holiday. It would have been the best even if they were...More

Thank Christian B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On our visit around the Ypres area we re visited the Passchendale Museum, it is excellent, well laid out and plenty to see and listen to, worth getting the scanning unit to take around the exhibits, short film to watch and then go into the...More

1  Thank sue_ken10
Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent museum. The visit was informative and worthwhile. It covered all aspects of WW1 and gives an idea of what it was like to spend time in the trenches. Bart who is a tour guide was excellent in the information he had about the area...More

Thank Mary M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent museum,well thought out and very engaging which will keep younger visitors interested during their visit. Highly recommend a visit.

Thank maryglover
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

In my opinion, the best museum in the region to tell you the story of what happened here during WO1. The feeling you get walking through the reconstructed dugouts and trenches, the well explained displays of items and gear and a really well told chronological...More

Thank Sander B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I came here as part of an organised tour so unfortunately couldn't spend as much time as I'd have liked to really see everything (I practically had to jog through the trenches so I didn't miss the bus!). Well worth a visit.

Thank CarrieBBD
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This museum in a former chateau is well worth a visit, it is informative and uses technology so keeps children of all ages interested. The hand set links to numbers so that displays are explained in simple terms. There are hands on displays of helmets,...More

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