- The year 1917
- '1917' tour
- 'Battle of Messines' tour
- 'Battle of Passchendaele' tour
- In the footsteps of Harry & Ronald Moorhouse (UK)
- In the footsteps of Alphie Hanratty (IRL)
- In the footsteps of the Seabrooks (AUS)
- In the footsteps of Samuel Frickleton (NZL)
- In the footsteps of Pegahmagabow (CAN)
- In the footsteps of Georges Guynemer (FR)
- In the footsteps of Bernhard Johann te Löken (DE)
- More itineraries
The Guynemer Pavilion (currently under construction) houses a two-part exhibition, which tells the story of the role of military aviation in the war and the French participation in the Battle of Passendale. The part played by the French Army in this largely Anglo-Saxon offensive was crucially important. Although that Army was in a state of crisis in 1917, it was still able to make a cautious but significant advance towards Houthulst Forest. Increasing use of military aviation was also made throughout 1917, evolving from a purely observational role to become an integral part of the war machine.
Guynemer Pavilion (under construction)
8920 Langemark-Poelkapelle (Poelkapelle)
|Opening hours (please note that the Guynemer Pavilion is currently under construction and will be opening during spring 2018)
Wednesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 18.30
First two Sundays of the month from 10.00 to 17.00
On other Sundays of the month from 10.00 to 12.00 and by appointment only during the afternoon, accompanied by a specialist guide
T. +32 (0)57 49 09 41
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