Discover the Passchendaele Museum
Experience the life of the military during WWI in our dugout and trenches. Using unique objects, we take you on a journey through the Battle of Passchendaele.
Family Friendly tour
Children can come and actively discover the Passchendaele Museum together with Lisa, Louis and our museum rat Maurice.
After your visit, you can explore the numerous WWI sites nearby.
Traffic disruption on 2,3 and 4 June
During the weekend of 2,3 and 4 June, the Passchendaele Museum will be difficult to access due to various events in Zonnebeke. There will be a diversion to the museum on Sunday 4 June.
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Reflection Points – War dead in the grounds of Zonnebeke Chateau
The Passchendaele Museum opened its new temporary exhibition ‘Reflection Points – War Dead in the grounds of Zonnebeke Chateau’. The expo comes together with a walk in the castle park where Reflection Points recall the tragedy that took place there. A digi-expo tells the story of the war events in the park.
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Join our Passchendaele Community
Join our ‘Passchendaele Community’ and commemorate the battle of Passchendaele and its more than 600,000 victims.
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Do you want to listen to the audio tour in advance or after your visit?
Click here for the audio fragments.
Documentary Battle of Passchendaele
Do you wish the watch the documentary about the Battle of Passchendaele that ran in our museum until the end of 2022?
Click here for the documentary
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CWGC wreaths in our shop
If you wish to commemorate a family member or soldier who died during World War I with a wreath, you can purchase a CWGC wreath in our shop. More info on the wreaths can be Read more…
Passchendaele Museum locates more than 1.400 fallen Canadians in Flanders Fields
On 25 May 2022 the Passchendaele Museum launches, an online geoportal, “Names in the Landscape”, with the support of the Flemish Government and Library and Archives Canada. This online portal shows where more than 1,400 Read more…
Support for three WWI project ‘The landscape bears witness’
The provincial company Westtoer and Tourism Flanders awarded subsidies to develop projects as part of the WWI theme year ‘The landscape bears witness’, including two projects by our museum. The first project involves looking for lost traces Read more…