A truly moving place to visit.

From the remains of the Somme battlefields to those of Verdun and beyond, the World War One Battlefields in France tell of the terrible cost of War.

The devastating nature of this terrible conflict was witnessed throughout the war along the Western Front, with huge armies dug into the muddy fields of France and advances involving hundreds of thousands of men bringing huge loss of life, often for little gain. Today, visitors to the WWI Battlefields in France will experience re-creations in museums, explore the surviving trench works and visit the memorials and cemeteries of those who died.

Discover the battlefields

There are numerous WWI Battlefields in France, and Ypres in Belgium, and you can organise thought-provoking places to visit on your tour by viewing our excursions below. Some of the most well known WWI sights include; Thiepval Memorial to the missing, Loch Nagar Crater, Tyne Cote Cemetery and Flanders Fields. Your students may explore many other places of interest in order to discover more about this devastating conflict.

Battlefield Excursions

Menin Gate
Flanders Field Museum
Hill 62 / Sanctuary Wood Museum
Langemark Cemetery
Thiepval Memorial to the Missing
Tyne Cot Memorial