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We were visiting a few war memorials and staying in Arras and decided to pay a visit during our short stay. A relative from NZ lost their uncle in the War and so the New Zealand connection made this place even more of interest to...More
Visiting the tunnels where troops had lived and worked was a moving experience. The audio guides were excellent as was the guide who took us round. I was in a wheelchair and it was all very accessible. We all found it very informative and helped...More
This was recommended to me by a work colleague and I'm so glad they did.
We arrived a few minutes after 11 o'clock and went to the till - they advised that a tour had just started and we could rush down & join that...More
Entertaining yet poignant place to visit. You go down into the actual tunnels where the soldiers waited before the battle of arras. There's an exhibition and film show and gift shop. Good visit for all the family. Takes about 2 hours.
Visited the tunnels during our roadtrip through France. I traveled with my 3 children where the youngest was 7 years old. We bought our tickets online with the guided time. It was easy to find, only a short walk from our apartement and there is...More
You can buy your tickets at the tourist office or at the site. Appears that on most days you need to reserve a spot in one of the tours. Excellent presentation and great guide who delivered in French and English. Also provided with an English...More
Viewing the allied war experience from 20 metres below the surface is both a unique and powerful experience. I have visited the battlefields and the Carriere Wellington adds another chapter in highlighting the conditions that soldiers were subjected to during WWI. The guide did a...More