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All reviews audio guide well worth a visit first world war below ground limited mobility surprise attack front line on display the young lady small section great museum small exhibition war history vimy ridge their lives quarries soldiers
Really thought provoking trip through tunnels of war. The headsets were informative (and in English...or whichever available language you needed) and the guides were too. An untold story for the use of an old Quarry in the midst of WW1. A truly moving experience that...More
We visited and had a tour of the quarries whilst travelling through France and Belgium to take in the WW1 sites.
We really enjoyed the tour and experiencing what it was like underground in the Arras tunnels. I learnt a great deal and the accomplished...More
This was the first place we visited on our WW 1 trip to Belgium and France. The cavernous tunnels dug out of the limestone rock by our brave miners conscripted to work in the battlefields of WW 1 are fascinating. We had an excellent tour...More
A visit here is wonderful-put on your hard hat and go--mainly dedicated to soldiers of WW1 but originally dug out centuries ago.
In high season, book ahead as each visit has limited access--but a great experience.
Unfortunately when we visited on Thursday morning we were unable to take a tour until 4pm that day due to the amount of students here. As we were heading back into Belgium that afternoon we didnt have the time to wait. The 2 members of...More
Booking into a timed tour is essential into go the linked quarries that formed the tunnels to the front line. They run frequently and were easily accessed.
There is a bookshop and information corners to occupy until the next tour .
Excellent staff who are...More
Visited here as part of a leger battlefield tour.
This is the second time I've been here and still amazes me. Well with having a look if you are in the area.
Just to see how the troops lived down here before the battle of...More