Museum of Education

Museum of Education, Ieper (Ypres): Address, Phone Number, Museum of Education Reviews: 4/5

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conrad57
Ieper (Ypres), Belgium987 contributions
THIS MUSEUM IS CLOSED
Oct 2017 • Solo
This museum is closed and will be integrated in the overall IEPER MUSEUM in the cloth hall. This property is sold for private project.
The museum of education is CLOSED DOWN!
Written October 22, 2017
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conrad57
Ieper (Ypres), Belgium987 contributions
Last chance! This museum will close down in the near future!
Sep 2015 • Couples
Museum of education is worth seeing. It is your last chance because it will be amalgamated with other museums in the very near future and have a smaller version in the Cloth Hall museum. At the moment there is a temporarily, but prolonged, exhibition on the education systems during WW1 in the free Belgium, the occupied and the refugees in France zone. Worth seeing, the more, this collection will fade away in the very near future. The temporarily exhibition has a focus on WW1 and is of interest for the WW1 pilgrims/visitors
Written November 25, 2015
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ThePathLessTravelled
Thailand620 contributions
Exactly what it says on the label; a museum of Education.
Aug 2014 • Solo
I was a little surprised to find a museum dedicated to this topic, particularly in a town that is primarily known for its critical role in WWI. But it has a surprisingly large collection that is well curated and labeled, covering everything from ancient attitudes toward education, to the age of wax tablets, to education during the war, to a huge variety of various beautiful old books, to teaching props and tools, to an old computer from the 1980s. There is an extensive English guide book to accompany the exhibited items, with a surprisingly elaborate explanation for each piece. It's in a former church, Saint Nicholas', which is a beautiful though unorthodox venue. Well worth a quick stop if you're nearby and are interested in the subject of education, and if you pay entrance to this museum you get free entrance to two others (the municipal museum and another I didn't visit because they were closed during my last hours there). Take note that they close between 12:30 and 2:00pm, although the lady at the counter told me I could return after lunch if hadn't finished looking around.
Written August 31, 2014
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Olga V
Belgium251 contributions
Good visit
Apr 2014 • Couples
It was interesting to see how much education and resources have changed throughout the years. It visit does not take long time.
Written April 15, 2014
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