Plugstreet 14-18 Experience, Ploegsteert

(4.4/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • A very cold wet day walking around the area tracking where my great grandad was before he was killed. This museum has a film which gave a really simple overview of how the First World War started and ...  more »
  • Very nice and added up. Very clear info not wordy and with interactive screens. Very friendly welcome and a lot of explanation.
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  • New interactive museum, a little but tucked away from the highway but well worth the visit. My 79yo mother and I accidentally arrived on a Wed morning when the museum is actually closed, but the charm...  more »
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  • Small but very interesting museum in Ploegsteert explaining WW1 in a very accessible way, with a clear focus on the Battle of Mesen. Museum composed of several artefacts, maquettes and interactive panels which demonstrate the history, evolution, and experience of alost five years of Great War and its effect on civilians as well as soldiers from all parties. Local guide is possible, due to a small fee and bringing an extra dimension on the "Plugstreet Experience". The museum is a souterrain, next to a large Commonwealth Memorial and on the edge of what once was known as Ploegsteert Wood on the road from Ploegsteert to Mesen. It refers to a part of warfare in the Great War, known as "the mine wars".
  • Definitely worth the admission price. Well laid out with film, battle projections and personal interactive portals. The information is well laid out and describes the Great War in a understandable manner. Right next to a British Cemetary & Memorial. There is also a restaurant across the street and a tour guide who will take you out to the key locations in the immediate area. Enough here for a full day of immersion in the Great War.
  • Some interesting interactive maps and memorabilia here.