The museum has to be visited if you are in the area. The museum is well laid out and is very informative. There are lots of displays within the very picturesque chateau.
The dugout, tunnels and trenches are very detailed and give a good idea of the conditions the soldiers had to endure.
There is a small cafe on site. There is a decent choice of food and drink, but I did think the price was a bit high.
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