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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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We visited this museum in the past, but decided to revisit it because of the new addition.
There is plenty of parking next to the museum. But the museum gets a lot of visitors and it is advised to come early in the morning. It...More
A visit to this very special place is a requirement if you want to get some actual experience of what life in the trenches was like. The new memorial garden is a place of solitude and will look terrific when it is finally finished.
An excellent exhibition and museum of the Great War, with lots to see and do. The grounds of the museum are filled with canvas tents with re-enactment groups showing you the artifacts and life of the times. There are trenches and dugouts to explore too....More
What looks like a big old house from the outside transforms itself into a great museum once you get inside. Very interesting presentations of the WWI history of the area and a cool recreation of the trenches. Really a great museum for folks who are...More
The first part of the museum was very informative and is contained in a large well presented fashion.
Rooms concentrate on clothing, weaponry, equipment.
The second part of the museum consists of a labyrinth of underground rooms replicating a series of rooms built in Zonnebeke...More
I cannot stress enough that this museum is the best of its kind my father and I have seen to date. The gardens, library and the exhibits come together to make a superbly informative and, at times, heart rending account of the horrors of the...More
The Battle of Passchendaele has personal meaning to us (grandfather) and this museum turned out to be a very good first stop. We found out lots of things we didn't know and the reconstructed trenches gave us a little bit of a feel for what...More
This is a must visit for everyone to discover more about the horror of war in 1914-1918
The trenches are superbly done and a sober reminder of how many millions suffered during the conflict
You cannot come away from the visit without being a little...More