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Visited the museum as part of our Battlefields Tour weekend during Armistice 100 (11/11/2018) interactive information, harrowing photographs of the dead, before and after photographs, uniforms of the era, personal belongings of the dead, moving accounts of battles, preserved trench items. A very graphic collection relating to this war and its affects on the countries involved

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Very informative, staff friendly. Busy with large school trips but was no problem. Clean and easy to look around.

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Reviewed today via mobile

Admittedly we visited on 11-11-18 after taking part in the 100 Years Service of Remembrance at the Menin Gate, but it gets very busy here.

Plenty to see and connected to the tourist information centre next door.

Thank E7032HEpaulr
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Reviewed today via mobile

Everything well laid out and easy to follow, some fascinating items on display. Really brings home the enormity of the conflict and life during WW1

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Reviewed 3 days ago

You get an English digital audio guide which was very detailed but rather too much so. We found there was too much reading and listening and far to few exhibits. Quite crowded. But still worth visiting.

Thank David C
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Reviewed 4 days ago

You come out in silence as you contemplate what you have just seen and heard in the museum. Very moving. Excellent interactive displays, very good value

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Reviewed 5 days ago

This is well worth a visit - as are so many of the museums here. The information is well displayed, easy to follow and detailed - I learned so much more than I knew before and could have spent longer in here than intended. The gift shop is tasteful with a good array of great books; we didn't get to try the cafe as it wasn't open before 11am.

Thank paula542016
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Allow good 3 hours for this visit. WW1 and it's impact on Ypres and it's surroundings. 231 steps to bell tower but worth it for the views.

Thank Bill C
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Interesting museum, suitable for kids from 10 years old I would say. Our 8-year old one didn’t find it that interesting, but our older son who is 10 years old was impressed.
The hologram versions of 4 persons from different nationalities reflecting on Christmas at the front line is very well done.
Also worthwhile is the climbing of the stairs up the Belfort for amazing views over Ieper and surrounding.

Thank vfehling
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The museum is sutuated in a very nice building " the rebuilded miedival Clothhall" or "Lakenhallen". It has a very complete and unsensational content. The subject is explained on a neutral platform, no good or bad side. It is even made childfriendly so that World War one is more than just a soldiers "playground", you see stories off everyday live during those days. It leaves behind a visitor who starts thinking about the madness of war.

Thank Guy C
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